Press renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10E have leaked out. Shared by WinFuture, the images show off the differences between the S10E, the standard S10, and the S10+. The Galaxy S10E appears to have slightly larger bezels than the other S10 models, and the sides of its screen are flat rather than curved like on the S10 and S10+. We can also see that the S10E only has two rear cameras, whereas the S10 and S10+ both have three rear cameras.
There are a few other differences with the S10E that aren’t immediately recognizable in these images. The S10E is expected to have a smaller display than the S10 and S10+, with the S10E offering a 5.8-inch screen while the other two have 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch displays, respectively. It’s also said that the S10E does not have an in-display fingerprint reader like the S10 and S10+, instead putting a fingerprint reader in its power button on the right side of the device.
Finally, the S10E will reportedly have a smaller 3100mAh battery compared to the 3400mAh battery in the S10 and 4100mAh battery in the S10+.
We don’t yet know how much the Galaxy S10E might cost, but it could be an appealing option for folks in the market for a device in the “affordable flagship” category. Not only will it be cheaper than the S10 and S10+, but the S10E is expected to come with the same 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage as the base Galaxy S10 variant. The S10 is also reportedly getting a bigger screen this year, so the S10E will be worth a look for people who aren’t into phones with screens 6 inches and larger.
Now that we’ve gotten good looks at the Galaxy S10E, the Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy 10+, which upcoming GS10 variant are you most interested in?