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Case renders reconfirm the design of Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup

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There is still a month left for the official launch of Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup at the Unpacked 2019 on February 20 and leaks aren’t stopping. Each day, we are getting new details regarding the S10 lineup. In case you don’t know, apart from the normal S10 and the S10+, there is also a ‘Lite’ model with the name ‘Galaxy S10E‘. Today, Evan Blass shared the case renders of all the three phones, and this reconfirmed the design.

Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup

From Left to Right – S10E, S10, S10+

Starting with the smallest of the three, the Samsung Galaxy S10E. Looking at the case render, the phone has dual cameras on the rear, unlike its bigger brothers that pack three camera lenses on the rear. Also, there is no fingerprint scanner on the back, but that doesn’t mean the S10E has an in-display fingerprint scanner. If you look closely, you will find that the fingerprint scanner is placed on the right side. Then there is an edge-to-edge display on the front, and it is an Infinity-O display since the front camera is placed in a small circular cutout in the screen.

Finally, we can see that the phone has a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom since the case as a cutout for that. So, Samsung is not going to skip that this year as well.

Coming to the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+, the only difference between the two, apart from the display size, is that the S10+ has dual cameras on the front whereas the S10 has only one. Both the S10 and S10+ have an in-screen fingerprint scanner, headphone jack, Infinity-O display and triple rear cameras.

This is the Samsung Galaxy S10+

This is the Samsung Galaxy S10+

So, now that the design is confirmed, we are waiting to get the full spec sheet of all the three phones, along with the pricing details. Stay tuned.

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