Samsung’s Lite model will actually be called Galaxy S10 E


Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is firing up the rumor mills, and the latest leaks suggest a different naming scheme for the handset. According to the rumors, the previously known Galaxy S10 Lite will now be known as the Galaxy S10 E. Samsung seems to take notice of AT&T’s decision to rebrand LTE as “5G E.”

Anyways, for cutting costs on the smartphone, the handset will not feature an under-display fingerprint reader. We expect the technology to feature on the Samsung S10 and S10+. We can expect the handset to get a price way lower than the iPhone XR. In fact, the handset will be a lot better than its competitor.

Samsung's Lite model will actually be called Galaxy S10 E

The leaks come from a Chinese supplier of UK-based online retailer Mobile Fun. The source suggests that the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus will cost a way higher than the Samsung Galaxy S10 E.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 E will boast a 5.8″ screen, the S10 has a 6.1″ panel. The 6.1″ model or the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will get a regular 3,500 mAh of battery, while the 6.4″ model or the S10 5G model will get 4,000 mAh of battery. Also, the Galaxy S10+ will get a dual front camera at the front.