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More leaks on the Galaxy S10 before its official release on February 20




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The leaks to the next Galaxy generation, the S10, are getting more and more accurate thanks to some mishaps on the side of Samsung and more reliable sources.

Leave it to Samsung to build up the hype for its new phone especially when they will be introducing some breakthroughs in smartphone technology like a continuous screen from end to end called “Infinity-O display.” No bezels, no physical notches for the front-facing camera, all the space for a rounded screen.

Thanks to Mobile Fun and their leaks, we now know that there will be three S10 variants to be released, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ (6.4″), Samsung Galaxy S10 (6.1″) and the Samsung Galaxy S10 E (5.8″). The S10 E will be the budget-friendly model and will not have the new in-screen fingerprint sensor.

This information has been backed up by Mobile Fun’s suppliers from China so it must be reliable.

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Photo: Mobile Fun Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks

A news article in Samsung’s newsroom section on One UI was released on January 7. The phone clearly shows a rounded screen, small bezels, and in-display camera, all of which were the promised specs in the new S10.

Catching their mistake, Samsung replaced the picture of the phone to a more generic one 3 days later.

In case you missed it, here’s a zoomed-in view of the phones:

Yup, there’s a difference. Thanks, Samsung.

Those of you who plan on upgrading to or purchasing the new S10 will not have to rely on leaks for much longer because Samsung has officially announced the schedule of their next UNPACKED event.

Save the date: February 20, San Francisco. Live on

Ice Universe, a well-renowned leaker, has also given its insights on Samsung’s unpacked release.

Photo: Twitter screengrab

Photo: Twitter screengrab

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