Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite runs Geekbench with Snapdragon 855

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite runs Geekbench with Snapdragon 855

We have now some great news about the three upcoming devices.

As with past years most of the attention will be on the new flagship phones that will be announced, and Samsung's in particular.

Previous year was a rough one for Samsung's flagship smartphones.

Of course, EE doesn't explicitly say that it's talking about the Galaxy S10, so there is a possibility this could be for a new Galaxy J, or Galaxy A handset. Also, Mobile World Congress is only a matter of weeks away, so it makes sense for EE to start gauging interest in one of the biggest smartphone launches of the year already.

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The projected date for the release of all the Samsung Galaxy S10 models is on February 20 or February 23 depending upon which rumor you follow, however, we do know that all these smartphones will be released next month with sales starting by early March. A lack of new features and bland design choices made the two smartphone looked like minimal upgrades that deserved to be skipped. This latest image appears to be a real photo of the Samsung Galaxy S10, rather than a render.

There's plenty that has been rumored about the S10 range though, with leaks pointing to there being at least three different models, an in-screen fingerprint scanner, a top-end chipset, a pinhole camera on the front and three (or possibly even more) cameras on the rear. While many devices would be announced during the CES 2019, we'll talk now about Samsung Galaxy S10 which looks incredible in new renders.

Other leaks indicate embedded cameras under the display for an Infinity-O display. You'll find a few of them below along with a video, and the rest can be seen on his Behance page.

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