We all know for a fact that Samsung is gearing up for a launch of three possible variants of the Galaxy S10 ahead of MWC 2019 this year. Now a new information has come up that sheds more light on the Galaxy S10 Lite. This new information first posted by Sammobile states that S10 Lite might be called Galaxy S10 E. Further, this version may not see the in-display fingerprint sensor as opposed to other two variants of the S10.
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Samsung Galaxy S10 E: Entry-level Phone?
Coming from a Chinese supplier manufacturing the screen protectors for the Galaxy S10 E. The supplier also claims that the cheapest Galaxy S10 phone won’t be sporting an in-display fingerprint sensor. Considering the South Korean giant is all set to introduce a cheaper variant, it may cut one or two features that will set it apart from the other two variants.
The three Samsung Galaxy models are believed to be called Galaxy S10 E, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ with screen sizes 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.4-inch, respectively. Further, this particular model could be sporting flat Infinity-O display, not the curved one as opposed to other variants. Also, expect a different camera setup to be placed inside this Galaxy S10 variant.
According to the leaked renders, there won’t be a physical rear mounted fingerprint sensor. So, what does that mean for the Galaxy S10 E biometric experience? Samsung might focus on improving its iris sensor technology or introduce a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. Either forms seems to be not impressive.
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We are at such a stage when nothing concrete can be said about the specifications that Samsung would put out at the official launch. That’s why we suggest you to take this information with a pinch of a salt. Stay tuned in for more updates on this.