Samsung Galaxy S10e: new photos of the smartphone bring new information


After the release of Galaxy S10e's press release images, this time we have photos of a real model that were released this Wednesday on Weibo.

While the German site WinFuture today unveiled nearly twenty images of the future Galaxy S10e, the most compact model of the future Galaxy S10 range of Samsung, real photos of the smartphone have also appeared on the Chinese social network Weibo.
The user Koreyoshi 围脖 6688 has indeed published on his profile five photos of what is presented as the future Samsung Galaxy S10e. There is a familiar design that matches the previous leaks of the smartphone, with a flat screen, a fingerprint reader on the edge or a single camera embedded in a hole at the top right of the display.
A wider hole than the Honor View 20
However, the photos come to give some new information. Thanks to a ruler placed on the screen, we can see that the hole for the front camera will be between 5 and 6 mm in diameter. A format that corresponds to that of the Samsung Galaxy A8s unveiled in China in December, wider than the Honor View 20, 4.5 mm.
                    
Moreover, thanks to the screen on, it can be seen that despite the absence of curved edges, the smartphone will take advantage of the side panel. The smartphone's ignition screen also allows you to confirm the name of the smartphone, which should be the Galaxy S10e with a tiny "e", not "S10E" or "S10 Lite". Finally, a last photo can compare the format of the smartphone with that of the Asus Zenfone 5Z. We can thus discover that the device of Samsung should be particularly compact compared to the smartphone with screen 6.2 inches of Asus.
We should know more about the Samsung Galaxy S10e during its officialization, scheduled for Wednesday, February 20, in just three weeks. In the meantime, you can find our complete file on the future Galaxy S10 range.
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