Samsung’s lower-cost Galaxy S10 has leaked

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  1. RickAgresta

    RickAgresta Peanut, leader of the Peanutty Forces

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    This might be Samsung’s answer to the iPhone XR
    Samsung is rumored to have a lower-cost version of the Galaxy S10 in the works, and it looks like images of that phone have just leaked. WinFuture published a series of images this morning showing off a phone they believe will be called the Galaxy S10E — a 5.8-inch version with thicker bezels, dual cameras, and a smaller battery.

    The phone is supposed to sell for around $859. That’s by no means “low cost,” but it’s in the same ballpark as the iPhone XR, which sells for $799. The two phones even seem to share a lot in common: they’re lower-end versions of flagship devices that look largely the same, just with some slight visual and technical downgrades.

    and a side fingerprint sensor?
    Like the iPhone XR, one big difference on the S10E appears to be the screen. Rather than having a screen that curves at the edges like the S9 (and, presumably, the rest of the S10 line), it appears to have a normal screen that just goes flat across the surface of the phone. It also has thicker bezels, which almost give it a resemblance to the XR, too. It does keep the hole-punch camera, though.

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    https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2019/2/1/18206895/samsung-galaxy-s10e-lite-image-leak
     
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    Hook Professional Daydreamer

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    Love Apple's and Samsung's notion of "low cost" is. Wonder what the rumored "low cost" Pixel 3 will be.
     
  3. Mi An

    Mi An Nexus Refugee

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    Meanwhile both are watching actual reductions in shipments, when past bad quarters used to just have reductions in growth of shipments. I'm sure that has no connection to the prices though, and if there is a connection, it's only that somehow their prices aren't high enough.
     
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