Then, it's the Galaxy S10, which will be offered in two different configurations.
As of now, very little is known about the Samsung Galaxy Fold; but, there are a few specifications made available.
That phone's been called the S10 Lite in previous reports, but WinFuture lists it as the Galaxy S10E. It'll have two, not three, cameras on back - presumedly regular and telephoto lenses - and a single front-facing camera, not two like we've seen on the more premium Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. The abilities of this camera array here are likely baseline and just as good - for the average person - as the Galaxy S10.
Round the back, the Galaxy S10e rocks a dual-camera setup as opposed to the triple-camera setup on S10 and S10+. Previously, the 5.8-incher was expected to cost €779 in the exact same configuration, with color options now said to include white, green, Prism Black, and Canary Yellow at launch. Being able to play with a larger screen is nice but could come with issues such as the phone being top heavy and always sliding out of your hands with such a small gamepad. The power and volume buttons are housed on the right edge, and the SIM tray is seen on the left edge of the device. Instead, this device is the first Samsung Galaxy S smartphone to have a side-mounted fingerprint reader. Connectivity options include NFC support, and there is no 3.5mm headphone jack. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is expected to come out in three variants: first offering 6GB RAM/128GB storage (priced 999 EUR), the second offering 8GB RAM/512GB storage (priced 1,249 EUR). Now the renders of the Galaxy S10e has also been surfaced online revealing design and specs of the smartphone. A Blue colour option should launch later, and the report indicates that the smartphone could be priced at Euro 750 (roughly Rs. 61,200).