In the renders, we see a device that's strikingly similar to that of the more premium Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.
First and foremost, according to MySmartPrice, this is the official pricing for the Galaxy S10 in the Netherlands, but there's a good chance the device will cost almost the same in the other European countries too.
So, what are your thoughts on the Galaxy S10e? Calling it the Samsung Galaxy S10E, the report stocks new suspected renders of the phone close-fitting design particulars and more. This happens with most manufacturers and it can be very frustrating if you have spent a lot of money on a flagship device.
It is only a few weeks away from MWC 2019 where we will finally see the Samsung Galaxy S10 and hopefully the new foldable Galaxy X. This will certainly launch with Android Pie and I will be reporting on the launch live from MWC later this month.
It is now all but confirmed that the Galaxy S10 range will have its front camera embedded into its Infinity O screen. As per an earlier tweet by XDA developer Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA), both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ were to sport an ultra-wide 16MP f/1.9 sensor, a normal 12MP ISOCELL sensor with Samsung's variable aperture, as well as 13MP telephoto lens.
On the rear, the Galaxy S10E has dual cameras, unlike the S10 and S10+ that have triple cameras.
The supposed Galaxy S10e doesn't appear to have any sign of a fingerprint scanner on the front or rear of the device.
WinFuture suggests the "budget" Galaxy S10e will cost 750 Euros, which translates to about $US860. That said, there are some reasons why Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, and Galaxy S7 Active should feel excited about the future of your phone. Its final name and all other details are expected to be unveiled on February 20 at Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco.