Everyone’s waiting for Samsung’s new flagship that will be revealed soon.
Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 series during its Unpacked event. There will reportedly be three new models that will target various customers.
We recently noted 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.
More recent leaks have been talking about four cameras at the back instead of three, and the cheapest variant has a different name. Its name seems to be the Galaxy S10 Lite and not the Galaxy S10E.
More than that, the regulatory filings from Samsung that have been spotted by Droid Life revealed that all the three models of the upcoming phone would come with support for the new Wi-Fi standard.
Samsung’s flagship might have a flaw after all
Now, Forbes just reported that Samsung’s new flagship might have a flaw after all.
Forbes’ Gordon Kelly writes that tipster Roland Quandt managed to get a hi-res press photo of “Samsung’s all-new iPhone XR competitor, the Galaxy S10e. And it botches the range’s headline feature.”
The author keeps calling the device the Galaxy S10e, despite the latest leaks suggesting that the new name is Galaxy S10 Lite. We’ll see during the Unpacked event what the name eventually is.
The image reveals that the new phone omits the cutting-edge Ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader that is featured on every other Galaxy S10.
More than that, it doesn’t even have a sensible alternative, notes Forbes.
They also note that if you add the fact that the battery capacity is not that great, it looks like interested users will be paying more for this phone.
Samsung reportedly misses this shot
They conclude their article by saying that especially considering the iPhone XR, this opportunity has been missed by Samsung.
As you all know, Samsung’s number one target with the new flagship is the iPhone XR.
After finishing Theatrical Journalism at the Faculty of Theatre and Television in Cluj-Napoca, Rada reviewed movies, books, theatre pieces and she also wrote articles from the IT niche as a content editor for software producers. At the moment, she is working with various online advertising firms.