Samsung has geared up to launch its new flagship smartphones line-up – the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and the Galaxy S10E. The company had scheduled the Unpacked event of their much-anticipated Galaxy phones on February 20th in San Francisco, which is right before the 2019’s Mobile World Congress. This trio of S10s are expected to feature a complete design overhaul from Samsung and would be featuring the company’s latest Infinity displays, which the company had earlier showcased at its developer conference last year.
That said, there were several interesting developments and hands-on leaks surfaced on the web on how the new Galaxy S10 devices will look like and how did the company had managed to put a hole on their large AMOLED displays. Well, the famous tipster on Twitter, Evan Blass has given his trusted insights on how the trio of Galaxy S10’s would look like. According to his post, Evan has put up the latest Galaxy phones encased, where we can see the new Galaxy S10E, the S10, and S10+. These models can be seen in transparent cases with precise cutouts as well.
Further going through the images, we can confirm that both the Galaxy S10E and the Galaxy S10 share the same single punch hole camera on the front. However, on the rear, the Galaxy S10 and the S10E differ since the S10 has trio cameras on the back alongside the heart rate sensor and for the cheaper S10E variant only dual cameras can be seen. And, the larger Galaxy S10+ looks enormous with a punch hole, wherein it appears to have dual cameras instead of one when compared to the Galaxy S10 variant. Similar to the S10, the S10+ features trio of cameras on the back and lastly, all these Galaxy phones feature a glass body build as we have seen on the prior models. Moreover, the images also imply the headphone jack slot at the bottom of this trio of Galaxy S10 smartphones line-up. Ahead of the launch next month, these Galaxy S10 smartphones look quite interesting, and we have to wait and watch how the other aspects of these trio phones unveil. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar to know more about these updates.