Maria Montero

Samsung Galaxy S10E models reveal XR-like design …

We are just a few weeks away from Samsung presenting its long-awaited Galaxy S10 Series. While we’ve had hints and returns galore showing the Galaxy S10 and S10 + so far, a new batch of supposed official press renders appears to have appeared showing the Galaxy S10E or S10 Lite, as some might like to call it.

German editor WinFuture photos revealed and specs for what the Galaxy S10E is supposed to be. While these images are not official representations of the press of any kind, given the history of the publication, they are fairly accurate for the actual business.

Galaxy S10E performs combined. Image: WinFuture

The photos show the front, back and side of the Galaxy S10E. The phone seems to have pretty thin bezels but not as thin as the ones on the Galaxy S10 and S10 +. The Infinity-O display aside, the front looks a lot like Apple’s iPhone XR, which makes sense as the S10E is expected to be the most affordable of the three Galaxy S10 devices expected to be announced.

The back of the phone features a dual camera setup instead of the triple camera setup seen on the S10 and S10 + versions. The WinFuture report also indicates that Samsung is expected to move the fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S10E from under the screen to the side sleep / wake button. This move seems possible considering that we’ve seen a similar implementation from Samsung on the Galaxy A7 (2018). The phone also receives a dedicated Bixby button below the volume rocker, which is a common feature on all Samsung flagships.

Expected color variants of the Galaxy S10E.  Image: WinFuture

Expected color variants of the Galaxy S10E. Image: WinFuture

In addition to the design, the images also reveal the colors that the Galaxy S10E can come up with: Prism Black, Prism Green and Pearl White. A canary yellow variant is also expected, but there are no renders to show it yet. The phone is expected to be priced at EUR 750, which is roughly Rs 61,200.

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