Samsung France mistakenly confirms the name of the 3 Galaxy S10 models

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Samsung is set to announce the Galaxy 10 Series this month, and before that day, The official website of Samsung France has just put online a page dedicated to the Galaxy S10. Unfortunately, the page does not provide any information on about the specs, the prices or the release date of the 3 upcoming smartphones.

At the top of the web page, you can see "Galaxy S10e | S10 | S10 + ". This is the first official confirmation of the names that will be used by Samsung. As already reported several leaks, the cheapest variant will be called Galaxy S10e, not S10 Lite.

According to the leaker Roland Quandt, the letter "e" actually refers to the English word "essential" or "essential". The smartphone will offer the essential features of the range but should skip some advanced features such as a triple camera.
The Galaxy S10e will come with a 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage expandable via a microSD, and a 3100 mAh battery. It will be sold with a price tag 750€ in France (about $849).

the standard Galaxy S10 is simply called Galaxy S10. This model would be equipped with a triple camera, 6 to 8 GB of RAM, an In-display fingerprint sensor and a single front camera. We would find it at a price around 1000€ (about $1,130).
Samsung France also confirms the inevitable return of the Plus variant, which is going to be the first Galaxy S series with a dual front selfie camera, a 12 GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage. This monster would be marketed around 1500 € (about $1,699)


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