Just two weeks before the announcement of the new Galaxy S10 range, the German site WinFuture has released visual renderings of all versions of the compact model, the Samsung Galaxy S10E.
In just two weeks, Wednesday, February 20, Samsung will officially introduce its new Galaxy S10E range. Unlike previous years, it should not be composed of two models, but of three versions. In addition to the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, the Korean manufacturer is also expected to announce a more compact model and more accessible, the Samsung Galaxy S10E (or S10 Lite).
This Wednesday, the German site WinFuture has unveiled nearly twenty images of the future Galaxy S10E. These images make it possible to discover the camera in three colors, white black or blue, but also from all angles or almost.
The visuals also seem to confirm the information we already had about the Samsung smartphone, namely that it will benefit from a borderless screen, but with a hole in the upper right corner, like the Galaxy S10, that it will only benefit from a double camera on the back, and that it will integrate a fingerprint reader not on the screen, but on the right edge.
A more compact model, but with the same processor
As a reminder, the Galaxy S10E should be the most compact and affordable offer of Samsung for its new Galaxy S10 range. The smartphone should take advantage of the same processor Exynos 9820 as its older brothers, but integrate some functions in less, for the photo or unlocking, and a flat screen and not curved. Above all, its display should display a diagonal of only 5.8 inches, against respectively 6.1 and 6.4 inches for the S10 and S10 Plus.
We should know more about the Galaxy S10E, including its price or availability date, during the presentation organized by Samsung on February 20. In the meantime, do not hesitate to find our complete file on the future Galaxy S10 range.