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Fresh Galaxy S10 case renders highlight the lineup’s design

Some fresh Galaxy S10 case renders have come in today. They’re from Olixar, a case manufacturer that often releases renders of its products for upcoming Samsung flagships months before the announcement. That’s what it has done for the entire Galaxy S10 lineup as well.

Samsung is expected to launch three models of the Galaxy S10. An entry-level model possibly called the Galaxy S10 Lite, the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+. The fourth model will be a variant of the Galaxy S10+ with 5G support.

Fresh Galaxy S10 case renders show off the entire lineup

This initial range of Galaxy S10 cases from Olixar reiterate the 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch Infinity-O display sizes for the lineup. Interestingly, it shows three rear cameras on both the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy S10. Earlier reports have suggested that the Galaxy S10 Lite may only have a dual camera. The Galaxy S10+ is already expected to feature a quad camera system. It will also be the only model with a dual front camera.

Those who were worried that the Galaxy S10 may not have a 3.5mm headphone jack would be happy to see it in these renders. Samsung has been toying with a headphone jack-free Galaxy S10 but it may not make the switch just yet. That’s despite the fact that it has already launched the Galaxy A8s with an Infinity-O display and no headphone jack.

The bezels in these renders don’t appear to be as symmetrical as suggested by a leaked Galaxy S10 screen protector today. That’s understandable because these renders often don’t tell the entire story. Olixar has a good track record with them, nonetheless, the ones it released for the Galaxy S9/S9+ accurately depicted the vertical camera setups.

We can expect to see similar renders from other case manufacturers in the coming weeks. The device itself isn’t due to be announced until the Mobile World Congress 2019. It will take place in February next year.


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locarno
locarno

Quad camera looks strange.

djcbs
djcbs

Well, another leak with the regular S10 marked as 6.1″.
That does it then. Definitely not buying the S10.
I was keeping the S9 until the trade-in program but there’s no way on earth I’m ever putting up with another 5.8″ screen let alone something even bigger. Time to sell the S9 and go back to the S7.

Call me again on the S11, Samsung. Or whenever you start doing normally sized phones for people without Freudian complexes. Until then, I’ll be using the S7 or whatever other phones out there don’t go beyond 5″. Sick and tired of mini-dinner trays.

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

You might as well just stock up with s7s for a long time. Unfortunately it’s seems to be big phones now that are the range. The s9 is deemed the compact size now and looking at the S10 regular it will be around the same size as the s9 but hopefully thinner. I m all for smaller phones but think the s9 width and height are about right for my usage. If you are looking for a smaller phone the lite maybe your real option as this will probably be same size as in iPhone 8 and that I believe… Read more »

djcbs
djcbs

The S9 is already oversized. Fortunately Sony is still doing Compacts. And if push comes to shove, I’ll go back to dumbphones. But that won’t be necessary. This trend of ever bigger phones WILL end. OEMs are currently forcing everyone to put up with phablets because of the Asian market. But eventually the continued decrease in sales in the West WILL force them to start producing smaller phones for Western markets where smaller phones are preferred. The iPhone 8 is indeed smaller than the S7. But the S10 Lite is also a sh*t version according to the rumours. I should… Read more »

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

Doubt the S10 lite will be rubbish, I may suspect this to be a sleeper success of it has the right specs.

Dual camera on the back and same exynos or SD soc couple with 6gb ram and 128 storage would make it a beast wirhout the fsp under the screen.

If this was the specs then I would be tempted to pick this against the normal S10 or at least buy the lite and the normal S10 together to use as personal and work phone.

Either way it should be much more powerful than the s9 and definitely the s7

djcbs
djcbs

Well, that’s not what the rumoured specs for it are, though. And it’s not likely to come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage. Samsung has NEVER made a Lite version that wasn’t severely compromised. So I would expect the Lite to be, just like leaks suggest, a 4GB/64GB model. Yes, it will definitely have a more powerful processor than the S7 and a slightly more powerful processor than the S9. To me, that doesn’t matter. On my day to day use I notice ZERO difference between the performance of the S9 and the performance of the S7.… Read more »

MStuart
MStuart

You hit the nail on the head there though. Samsung hasn’t really been able to improve on the S7. Tall displays, curved screens, this zero-bezel nonsense… all desperate gimmicks because they’ve got nothing useful left to add to phones.

MStuart
MStuart

Yup. Even managed to get myself a brand new A3 2017 for when my S7 dies. I’m resisting these stupid phones made for alien hands for as long as I can.

DpakHK
DpakHK

No fingerprint sensor on the back? In-display fingerprint sensor?

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

Very interesting to see the S10 with triple camera and S10 plus with quad on the back

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

Why does the lite version appear to have a curved screen?