Samsung picks “Galaxy S10 E” for the lite model of the S10 series – expunges on-screen fingerprint sensor

The final nomenclature of a smartphone can be edited or changed by the manufacturer as it deems fit. Until now, the lite variant of the Galaxy S10 series has been known as Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite. However, recent reports show that the company has renamed this upcoming smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S10 E. Mobile Fun, a revealed this information while showcasing some phone cases for the upcoming Galaxy S10 series. It also said that the S10 and S10+ will be far more expensive than the S10 E.

Galaxy S10 E

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This smartphone is a direct competitor for the iPhone XR thus it doesn’t have to be too expensive. In this regard, the South Korean manufacturer has decided to expunge the use of an on-screen fingerprint sensor on this one and we hope that this means it will be “cheap”. The Galaxy S10 and S10+ still retain its on-screen fingerprint sensor as of now.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 E will be equipped with a 5.8-inch display with a punch-hole front camera design. This smartphone has been found on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 855 SoC (from the codename) but the running scores were quite low, even below what the SD845 scores. We expect at least 6GB of RAM on this one and the battery capacity from speculations is 3,100 mAh.

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