The Galaxy S10 series will be launched by Samsung during its Unpacked event. There will be three new models that will target various customers.
We recently reported that Samsung’s new flagship might be on its way with something that would massively support the whole crypto space – an integrated wallet for cryptos.
A previous leak showed all three models of phone with their clear cases attached and things seemed to be pretty much what everyone was expecting.
But now, a new wave of cases renders have surfaced and they reveal the backside of all the three models. Two details are different from what has been previously shown.
Four cameras at the back instead of three
Wccftech reveals that Totallee shared all the three versions of the Galaxy S10 family with the new case lineup. All the accessories’ listings reveal their rear and side view there’s one thing that seems to be new. Instead of three rear cameras that have been shown in the latest press render, now there is a total of four cameras for the bigger flagship.
This could very well be only an error coming from the casemaker’s part because earlier rumors about the phone have been suggesting four cameras a while ago.
The cheapest variant has a different name
The online publication also says that its name is the Galaxy S10 Lite and not the Galaxy S10E.
“Again, the case manufacturer might have made an error on its part, but all this elusive information will be provided as we inch closer to the launch date. Just yesterday, leaked European prices of the Galaxy S10 range showed how expensive these devices will be, with the 12GB RAM + 1TB storage model exceeding the $1500 price mark,” Wccftech writes.
1TB of internal storage for a phone would definitely be a first from Samsung.
Seeing how the tech giant has previously unveiled the 1TB flash storage for mobile phones, it’s quite possible that these phones get an upgrade in the internal memory department as well.
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