Galaxy S10E, S10 and S10+ Specs Leak: Here's What to Expect

Editors' Note: Updated Feb. 1 with rumored specs for the Galaxy S10E based on new leaks.

The 2019 Samsung S10 and S10+ will be announced in less than a month, but we already know most things about them thanks to a constant stream of leaks.

In the past week, Samsung announced a 1-terabyte storage chip that will most probably end in the rumored top-of-the-line special edition of the S10+. At the same time, the Brazilian version of the FCC has published the battery sizes. And a new leak even gives us insight into the specs for the entry-level version of the S10, which could be called the S10E or S10 Lite, depending on which rumor you buy into.

Here are all the technical specs we have gathered so far.

Galaxy S10E, S10 and S10 Rumored Specs

Model
Galaxy S10E
Galaxy S10
Galaxy S10+
Price
$860
$1,030 entry
$1,315 top
$1,145 entry
$1,430 top
$1,715 special edition
DisplayAMOLED 5.8-inch 2960 x 1440 (568 ppi)
AMOLED 6.1-inch
2960 x 1440 pixels
(540 ppi)
AMOLED 6.4-inch
2960 x 1440 pixels
(512 ppi)
CPUSnapdragon 855 (US version)
Exynos 9820 (EMEA)
Snapdragon 855 (US version)
Exynos 9820 (EMEA)
Snapdragon 855 (US version)
Exynos 9820 (EMEA)
RAM
6GB
6GB/8GB6GB/8GB/12GB
Storage
128GB
128GB
512GB
128GB
512GB
1TB Special Edition
microSD
Up to 512GBUp to 512GBUp to 512GB
Fingerprint ID
Embedded in power button
In-screen ultrasonic 3DIn-screen ultrasonic 3D
Rear Camera
Dual camera
- 12 MP wide angle
- 12 MP telephoto
Triple-camera
- 12 MP wide angle
- 12 MP telephoto
- Unknown
LED Flash
2160p 60fps video
Triple-camera
- 12 MP wide angle
- 12 MP telephoto
- Unknown
LED Flash
2160p 60fps video
Optical Zoom
2x
2x2x
Front Camera
8MP wide angle in punch hole
8MP wide angle in punch hole
Dual 8MP wide angle in double punch hole
Water/Dust Resistance
Unknown
UnknownUnknown
Battery
3,000 mAh
3,300 mAh4,000 mAh
Audio
3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.0, stereo speakers3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.0, stereo speakers3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.0
Software
One UI (Android Pie)One UI (Android Pie)One UI (Android Pie)
Colors
Black, Green, White, Yellow
Black, White, GreenBlack, White, Blue, Green
Size, Weight
Unknown
UnknownUnknown

The Galaxy S10 is expected to sport a 6.1-inch display that will be less curved than previous models, while the S10+ will likely jump up to 6.4 inches. By comparison, the Galaxy S9 had a 5.8-inch screen and the S9+ a 6.2-inch panel. The entry level S10E will reportedly feature the same size display as last year's S9, though without the curved edges.

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We don’t expect the phones themselves to be bigger this time around (or at least not significantly so) as Samsung has reportedly found a way to make the bezels even slimmer.

On the CPU front, it’s a foregone conclusion now that the Galaxy S10 family will include the first phones powered by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 855 processor in the U.S. Based on our benchmarks and some supposed leaked benchmark scores, it looks like Qualcomm may have closed the gap with the A12 Bionic chip in the iPhone XR, XS and XS Max.

The Galaxy S10 could start with 6GB of RAM and offer 8GB as an option, while the S10+ may go all the way up to 12GB, as we learned in a recent leak.

If you want a ton of storage, the S10+ will likely be the flagship to get, as it will reportedly offer up to 1TB inside. The S10 may start with a perfectly adequate 128GB. There will be only one variant of the S10E, according to rumors with 6GB of memory and 128GB of onboard storage.

Samsung is said to be paying a lot of attention to its camera quality this time around, as the company is rumored to be rolling out a Bright Night feature that will deliver better results in low light. This would be a direct answer to the Pixel 3’s Night Sight mode. The S10 and S10+ will apparently feature three rear cameras, while the S10E will make do with two shooters. Up front, look for dual selfie cams on the S10+.

If the rumors are true, Samsung will be beefing up the battery capacity on both of its new phones. The Galaxy S10 will allegedly offer a 3,300 mAh battery, up from 3,000 mAh in the Galaxy S9. (The S10E will ship with a 3,000 mAh power pack, according to rumors.) The S10+ could boast a whopping 4,000 mAh pack (up from 3,500 on the S9+).

Samsung has already revealed its OneUI software, which is designed to deliver a more streamlined user experience on top of Android 9 Pie. So it’s a no-brainer that it will show up on the S10 models.

Keep watching for updates until February 20, when the Samsung S10 series will be presented in San Francisco, California.

Credit: All About Samsung

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