Here's The Boatload Of Samsung Leaks That Dropped Yesterday

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Samsung might have given us another look at its upcoming foldable phone in a leaked teaser for an event later this month. It will also lack both the third rear camera lens that's reportedly coming to the other S10 handsets and an in-display fingerprint reader.

Samsung gave fans a sneak peek at its upcoming foldable Galaxy smartphone a year ago, with many taking an immediate dislike to the large form factor of the prototype.

Another thing you'll notice is the absence of a physical fingerprint scanner, either on the back or the side of the phone.

The flagship model, the ceramic Samsung Galaxy S10+ in black or white and with 1TB of storage and 12GB RAM, will cost €1,499. A price of $750 would put the S10E in line with the debut price for last year's Galaxy S9.

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So yes: The video is definitely interesting, and it does offer a glimpse into Samsung's potential future products, but does it really show the Galaxy F?

Samsung has positioned the front-facing camera within the display which is a small circular cutout on the Galaxy S10.

There's still a Bixby button, a power button and volume rocker in the usual Samsung locations, and we're told a 3,100 mAh battery on the inside. Recently, Galaxy Foldable Phone's Promo Video showed up. It'll be missing some premium features due to its lack of any more than 2 cameras - but we'll see what those are when we get there. The S10e will be available in 5 colours - Canary Yellow, Prism Black, Green, White and Blue.

This device and the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will be revealed in full at an event set to take place on February 20th, 2019. And just yesterday, a bunch of leaks came out shedding new light on some the company's most anticipated devices.

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