Samsung Galaxy S10 with 5G just appeared, officially

Latest Samsung Galaxy S10 leak shows off three models

Latest Samsung Galaxy S10 leak shows off three models

Samsung's upcoming flagship models, Galaxy S10, as well as its bigger sibling S10 Plus, have been benchmarked and the scores are on par!

If you look at the below you can see camera differences per model per model as the S10E has been fitted with cameras on the back and one "camera hole" on the front.

The South Korean company plans to launch the Galaxy S10 lineup at its Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 20. He revealed that the the flagship variant, with 1TB of storage and 12GB of RAM, will have a ceramic back cover.

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We know that the new Galaxy S10 handsets will come with the Samsung Exynos 9820 processor in some countries and the Snapdragon 855 in other countries. What also makes the Galaxy S10E different from the Galaxy S10 and S10+is a side-mounted fingerprint scanner as it lacks an in-display fingerprint scanner, unlike the two devices.

Design wise all the three Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Lite and S10+ phones are expected to be alike and come with a punch-hole display, no notch and slimmer bezels. Of course, there have been plenty of rumors about the devices ahead of time, suggesting that the phones will have screens that range in size from 5.8 to 6.4 inches. The phone managed to hit 4,382 points in the single-core, and 9,570 points in the multi-core test on Geekbench.

The regular Galaxy S10 scored 1571 and 1134 more points respectively than the Galaxy S10 Plus. It is worth noting that "Beyond" is also the codename of Samsung Galaxy S10.

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