Samsung Galaxy S10 take on Apple iPhone XR in this segment and we have been curious for long. Did Samsung just do the unexpected?

Samsung Galaxy S10 vs Apple iPhone XR

Samsung Galaxy S10 vs iPhone XR- Did Samsung Just Do The Unexpected?

Shortly after giving leaked renders of the Galaxy S10 Plus, WinFuture has distributed pictures of what’s supposedly Samsung’s response to the Apple iPhone XR — a low-cost Galaxy S10 variation, called the Galaxy S10E.

The 5.8-inch phone has striking similitudes to the Apple iPhone XR, especially the bezels. One major contrast, however, is that rather than a score, the Galaxy S10E sports a “punch hole” camera pattern. Opening up a lot of room that at last makes for a cleaner look.

Theory recommends the phone would move for around $859. That is clearly far from “low-cast,” but it’s the least expensive Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup and just $100 more costly than the Apple iPhone XR, which retails for $749.

Samsung Galaxy S10 E

Samsung Galaxy S10 E

This being a budget phone, Samsung needed to keep the cost as low as could be allowed. As such, the curved display is gone, supplanted by a flat surface like the Apple iPhone XR.

The leaked pictures also demonstrate that there are just two cameras on the back. Rather than a same triple-camera system is supposed to be whatever is left of the higher-end Galaxy S10 lineup.

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At last, though the premium versions are reputed to have an in-display fingerprint sensor, this budget option has a side sensor. An odd decision, certainly, seeing as how most producers have moved far from this configuration.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumors

Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumors

There are four Galaxy S10 rumours that’ll be released, as indicated by a few rumours. Aside from this budget model, Samsung will also release a standard Galaxy S10, a Galaxy S10 Plus, and one extreme variation that bolsters 5G network.

Theories point to these phones coming outfitted with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chips, up to 6 GB of RAM. Perhaps also with 1 TB of storage, seeing as Samsung recently affirmed it’s started mass producing 1 TB storage chips.

As usual, take each rumour with a grain of salt, regardless of how persuading and “official” they appear to show up. Still, WinFuture is normally right with regards to these things, but it never hurts to stay careful

Samsung is planned to declare Galaxy S10 later this February.

Source: TechTimes