Samsung will open the veil over the new generation Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone at the Unpacked event on February 20. Unfortunately, the Internet got it in the first place.
Details of different Samsung Galaxy S10 models have been leaking since last summer, but this new development shows us how they look. There are only three models enclosed in transparent plastic cases with supposedly filtered images.
The leak occurs through Evan Blass, who has had good experience exchanging such things before the official revelations.
Obviously, there is not much to see in this photo. Three smartphones seem to be of different sizes, but without additional reference images, it is difficult to say anything further.
S10E, far to the left, is the cheapest of the three. If you look closely at the picture, you will see a two-lens camera mounted on the back panel and a single-lens camera on the front panel. The S10 also has one front lens in the center, although the rear-mounted camera has three lenses. Finally, the S10+ is configured with three lenses on the back and two lenses on the front.
It looks like the new Galaxy fingerprint sensor integrates into the main screen of the smartphone. The only function on the back of the devices in this filtered image is the camera sensor. The Galaxy S9 fingerprint sensor is integrated on the back of the phone, directly below the camera lens. Here we are dealing with a completely different configuration.
Soon everything will be known. The event Samsung Unpacked Event will be held in exactly one month, February 20.