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Samsung Galaxy S10 to have a Lite model, two 5G variants

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Samsung is expected to unveil their latest flagship smartphone at MWC 2019 on February. And as the big days come near, leaked information about this device/s are starting to get more detailed.

As of the moment, we already know a couple of sure things about the Samsung Galaxy S10 series. For one, they will feature the in-screen front-camera that the Galaxy A8s. Also, we wouldn’t be surprised if Samsung finally puts the fingerprint scanner on the display.

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Also, the higher-end models shall have Samsung’s latest Exynos 9820 processor. By which, as per a leaked AnTuTu benchmark score, has blazing performance as it scores 325,076.

Speaking of performance, not all of the Galaxy S10 models will be equally powerful. If this latest leak is to be believed, Samsung’s upcoming flagship line-up will come with not two, but five different models.

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For starters, we have the usual Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus models. The former is expected to have a 6.1-inch curved screen and dual rear cameras. While the latter will have a bigger 6.44-inch curved display, triple cameras on the back, and two selfie-snappers on the back.

What’s new here is the more expensive Beyond X (Galaxy S10 5G) and Beyond Bolt (S10 Bolt) variants. Both models will have 6.7-inch screens, a ceramic back design, two front and four rear cameras, and an in-display fingerprint scanner.

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But wait, that’s only four. The fifth one is the Galaxy S10 Lite. And as the name suggests, this is going to be the more budget option.

The “Lite” version will omit the curved panel in lieu of a more basic, cheaper-to-make 5.8-inch flat screen. It will also have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner like what the Galaxy A7 2018 have.

Of course, the Infinity-O (in-screen camera) has been scrapped for this one. Thankfully, there are still two cameras on the back.

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With all that said, we really have high hopes with Samsung’s upcoming release. And we’ll see how this high-anticipation holds up once Galaxy S10 series become official in the coming weeks.

Source: TechTastic, Evan Blass (Twitter), 91mobiles

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