Had enough of the Samsung Galaxy S10? Hopefully not, because the upcoming flagship has leaked again, and it’s brought a sibling with it.
New high-res renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 (shown above) and S10e (shown below) have leaked courtesy of Evan Blass, giving us our clearest look yet at the unannounced handsets. As we’ve seen in previous leaks, the Galaxy S10 is packing a curved edge screen with slim bezels, a chin, and a hole-punch that houses a front-facing camera, with a triple camera setup around back.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10e is expected to pack a smaller display — 5.8 inches versus the 6.1-inch screen on the standard S10 — that also appears to be a flat display with slightly larger bezels. Another big difference with the S10e is that it’s expected to have a fingerprint reader on the side, whereas the S10’s fingerprint sensor is built into the screen. Around back there’s a dual rear camera setup rather than a trio of cameras like on the S10.
We’ve seen in previous leaks that Samsung is also working on a Galaxy S10+ variant that’s expected to have an even larger 6.4-inch screen and a dual front-facing camera setup. Rumors have also suggested that a 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is in the works, but we haven’t seen or heard nearly as much about that phone as the other S10 models.
Samsung will officially reveal the Galaxy S10 family at an event on February 20. There haven’t been any official announcements about T-Mobile selling the Galaxy S10, but considering that T-Mo has been offering Samsung’s flagship phones for several years now, it’s likely that the S10 will make its way to T-Mobile’s shelves, too.
Samsung Galaxy S10 (top) and S10E (bottom), unwatermarked. pic.twitter.com/oZcLV8Rw4x
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 9, 2019