In just over a week Samsung will reveal its new Galaxy S10 to the world.
This latest device looks set to be released at a major Unpacked event scheduled for Wednesday, February 20 and it could offer some radical new updates.
Rumours have been swirling around the web for months that the S10 will feature an almost bezel-free fully edge-to-edge display, triple rear camera and bigger battery.
A faster processor will also be tucked under the hood and expect a few extras such as reverse wireless charging, more internal memory and faster charging.
Along with the standard Galaxy S10, we’re also expecting a cheaper S10E and larger S10 Plus to unmasked at the Unpacked event in London.
And one of these phones has just been shown off in a leak that Samsung is unlikely to be happy about.
Evan Blass, who has a long history of posting leaks ahead of official launch dates has posted an image of the S10E alongside the standard S10.
The photos reveal what many had been expecting with the Galaxy S10 arriving with that full-screen design and hole-punched front-facing camera.
On the rear, you can clearly see the triple camera and there’s no sign of a fingerprint scanner which suggests Samsung will finally embed it under the screen.
The cheaper S10E appears to have a slightly less impressive screen with a thin bezel that wraps around the entire phone.
The E also features a hole-punched camera rather than a notch found on so many new smartphones.
Spin this lower-priced device around and it seems a dual-lens camera will be placed on the rear case and, once again, there’s no sign of a fingerprint scanner.
Many rumours had suggested this cheaper model wouldn’t feature an embedded security scanner but this image may prove Samsung is bringing this technology to its entry-level phone.
There’s no confirmation about price but it’s thought the S10E will cost around £700 with the standard S10 arriving in your pocket for £800.
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