Samsung upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship is one of the most hyped phone of the year as its launching day is almost here. From the past few weeks, we have seen a number of unofficial renders and leaks regarding the high-end S10 and S10 plus. But another recent leak has revealed the design and some other details of Galaxy S10 lite.
The S10 lite is, by the way, one of the cheapest Galaxy model till date with the fewer features among the S10 siblings and is also smaller in size. As per the render reports, it has a hole-in-display design, with no curved edges but trimmed bezels on all sides, and a relatively smaller footprint. Samsung has lowered the price by keeping the Dual camera on the rear side instead of three cameras.
Galaxy S10 lite has a simple design with no curved edges on the screen and the body is thicker overall. The company is expected to launch three variants of Galaxy S10 on the launch day on 20th February, an entry-level 5.8-inch phone that could be called the S10 E, a standard 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 and a premium 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus. The event will likely to take place in San Francisco alongside a syndicated launch in London.
The in-display Fingerprint sensor released and as per the previous leak which suggest that all the three models would be equipped with it. But on this lite version, Samsung is keeping the side-mounted fingerprint sensor. There is a slight dent on the side which contains the power button, also doubles as a fingerprint sensor. Right beneath the power button, there’s also a dedicated Bixby button to complete the package.
Talking about the internals of the phone, it runs on Snapdragon 855 chipset and at least 6GB of RAM. Alongside the launch of Flagship Galaxy S10, it is also expected that the company will launch its first foldable phone Galaxy F, with a fourth 5G S10+ variant launching later.