Samsung Galaxy S10E photos reveal design and software
Samsung is expected to announce a trio of Galaxy S10 smartphones at its Unpacked event on 20 February. We’ve seen the standard S10 and S10+ leak in renders as well as “in the wild” images but less has appeared around the smaller, cheaper device – the Galaxy S10e – until now.
Some new images of the Samsung Galaxy S10e have appeared on Slashleaks showing the device in the flesh. The site has previously leaked renders of the S10e showing a side-mounted fingerprint sensor rather than in-display, but the new live images give a clearer indication of what we might be able to expect.
The Samsung One UI is shown in the new images of the Galaxy S10e, along with a close up of the punch hole front camera in the top right of the display. Based on the images, the camera lens is nearly 0.5mm, which results in quite a large status bar.
Previous rumours have claimed the Samsung Galaxy S10e would come with the same processor as the S10 and S10+, along with 6GB of RAM but it will only come in one storage model – 128GB. It is reported to have a 5.8-inch “Infinity O” display and it’s claimed the screen will be flat rather than curved like the S10 and S10+.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e will also have a dual rear camera rather than triple, according to leaked images and rumours. Reports suggest the S10e will cost £669 and it is expected to be available for pre-order on 20 February after Samsung’s Unpacked event.