Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, S10 Lite renders, specs leak

Samsung Galaxy S10 Back
Samsung Galaxy S10 Render. Image Credit: IceUniverse/Twitter

We recently came across renders of the Galaxy S10+ showing off its 4 rear cameras and twin selfie lenses. It’s now the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Lite’s turn to shine as the pair has gotten leaked online.

Frequent Twitter tipster Ice Universe shared a render of the Galaxy S10 recently. Only the back of the smartphone is pictured, lying next to a case for the device. Going by the image, it seems Samsung is going to stick to 2 rear snappers for the standard model. The brand will likely reserve the quad-camera setup for the Galaxy S10+ and/or the 5G Galaxy S10.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Render. Image Credit: IceUniverse/Twitter

The tipster also posted another render, this time of the Galaxy S10 Lite. As per his sources, the budget model will have a flat screen, dual cameras at the back, and a side fingerprint scanner. You can see the sensor circled in the photo above. It’s an interesting choice for the brand, saving it money on an in-display reader while still providing an all-screen design.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Sizes

People who don’t want to pay extra for an in-display fingerprint scanner and hate curved screens might find the Galaxy S10 Lite to be a compelling option. According to a leak posted by the usually reliable Evan Blass, the phone will have a 5.8-inch screen. The Galaxy S10 might grab a 6.1-inch display and the Galaxy S10+ a 6.4-inch one.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Size
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lineup Render. Image Credit: Evan Blass/Twitter

The image also features the “punch-hole” style selfie camera everyone’s been chattering about since Samsung revealed its Infinity-O design. The render has them right at the center, but others think the company might shift them to the side.

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You can see what that looks like in the next render. The hole is a bit obtrusive, but it doesn’t look terrible. The real test will be when there’s some full-screen content being played like a game or video. Having a hole in the corner or at the center can be an eyesore.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Selfie
Samsung Galaxy S10 Render. Image Credit: Minu_Home/Instagram

Who knows, maybe folks will get used to having a hole just like they got used to notches. We’ll let you know as and when more Galaxy S10 tidbits drop by.