Wild Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus leak arrives a week early

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Samsung Galaxy S10e moniker has officially been confirmed by the company's French website. We've already seen countless of leaks of the exterior and now the folks at GSMArena have managed to get their hands on what appears to be the full spec sheet for the latest Galaxy S10 trio. The teaser video also reveals that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will come with an nearly bezel-less display and thankfully there will be no notch or cut-out anywhere. The Galaxy S10 and S10+ will ship with those two cameras as well, in addition to a third 12-megapixel (f/2.4 aperture, 45-degree lens, OIS) unit. For the Galaxy S10e, it will get a side-mounted fingerprint sensor which doubles up as a power button. The leaked Galaxy S10 images show a small fingerprint icon in the lower-half of the screen - the clearest proof yet that the biometric sensor will be embedded beneath the glass display. All three phones will come in "Prism White", "Prism Green" and "Prism Black" colours, while Galaxy S10E will have an exclusive "Canary Yellow" colour.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ comes with the same triple-camera module as the Galaxy S10. Further details come from a screenshot of the device's Settings, which suggest MIUI (Android 9) and a 2.84GHz processor (likely Snapdragon 855) with 6GB RAM.

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The phones will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, while the global market variant, which will come to India as well, will have the Exynos 9820 processor on board. The main selfie camera has dual-pixel autofocus and is capable of shooting 4K videos.

Meanwhile the S10 and S10+ will upgrade to their respective 6.1-inch and 6.3-inch QHD+ displays made from the stronger Gorilla Glass 6. The Galaxy S10 series will also come with reverse wireless charging along with faster wireless and wired charging.

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