Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy S10 smartphone in the Mobile World Congress next year. Recently, a leak showed the back side of the smartphone with three variants and the camera placements on the rear side. But now, the full pics of the Galaxy S10 smartphone are leaked, and we can see spectacular devices in the first glance. The smartphone information Leaker Evan Blass shared the entire image of the Galaxy S10 on the internet. According to him, the smartphone is coming in the multiple variants, named Galaxy S10E, S10, S10 plus.
According to the images shared by Evan Blass on his twitter account named EvLeaks, we can spot the features; the first one is the Triple and double camera arrangement. The Galaxy S10 and the S10E will have the pinhole notch on the upper right-hand side of the display. The front camera setup is looking like it’s the single camera for selfies. In the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, there is the dual front camera setup as there is an elliptical notch on the top right corner of the device.
With the glance, we can spot that there is an on-screen fingerprint sensor as there is no fingerprint sensor attached to the rear side of the device. The S10E model will have the dual rear camera setup, and the remaining two devices will have the triple camera setup. As per the press invites sent by the company, these devices are going public with Exynos 9820 and Snapdragon 855 processor chipsets on the February 20th, 2019. Samsung is going to launch these smartphones in the Mobile World Congress event. As expected by the experts, these are not the foldable smartphones that everyone is excited to see. The company might launch the foldable smartphones in the same event, but there is no information shared by the company on this topic.
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