Samsung is reportedly going to launch the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones soon. As per the latest leak, the Lite variant of the Galaxy S10 will be dubbed Galaxy S10 E.
While the Samsung Galaxy S10 E will feature a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner while the regular Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will feature an under-display fingerprint scanner. All the three devices (plus the 5G variant of the lineup) will feature an under-display front camera.
The device has scored 1986 in single-core test and 6266 in multi-core test.
As per the Geekbench listing, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will run on Android 9 Pie out of the box with Samsung’s latest One UI on top of it.
Under the hood, the device will be powered with a 1.78GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset coupled with 6GB of RAM and most possibly 64GB/128GB/256GB of internal storage which will be further expandable with the help of an external SD card.
Recently, a bunch of new reports from Ice Universe have revealed the battery capacities of the devices in the lineup.
As per the report, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will sport a 4,000 mAh battery, the standard Samsung Galaxy S10 will sport a smaller 3,500 mAh battery and the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will feature a 3,100 mAh battery.
Although the amount of RAM memory will vary per model. In other parts of the world (such as America) the smartphone is equipped with the 7nm Snapdragon 855 processor, which will have more top models in 2019, such as the LG G8.
You can know everything about the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones by following our earlier coverage of the same.
As of now, there is still no word on the official price of any of the devices in the lineup, but we are sure to receive further intel on the same in the coming days as the launch date approaches.
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