Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite In Dire Need Of Optimization: Leak

Ruben Fields
January 11, 2019

Since last year's devices, Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9, were all powerful devices but incredibly tiresome, the South Korean giant tech company is planning a fascinating Galaxy S10 device to celebrate ten years of the Galaxy S series existence on the market.

Leaker Evan Blass posted on Twitter an alleged live photo of the Galaxy S10, with the mysterious codename "Beyond 1".

Samsung has not revealed any information regarding these devices yet.

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Unfortunately, EE chooses its words very carefully on the new webpage, so you won't find any clues about which rumoured features will make the cut for the next entry into the best-selling Galaxy S smartphone series. Rumours had previously hinted at a much slimmer top bezel so this is a new direction for Samsung. Further, we have the toned-down Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and a 5G S10 model is in the headlines too which could materialize since Snapdragon has already launched the X50 5G modem with SDM 855 and few devices across the globe have already harnessed it such as the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G and others.

We can see that there's a "punch hole" cut-out on the screen for the front-facing camera. The Galaxy S10 will also most likely be releasing in a couple of months, on March at the Mobile World Congress. It would be a new thing for many markets where Huawei devices are not available. The official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to follow previous releases with a date closer to the MWC 2019 in February.

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