Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 with much fanfare at its very own Unpacked event on February 20, with three different models included in this year’s lineup.
First and foremost, it’s the base Galaxy S10, officially called Galaxy S10e and coming with a 5.8-inch screen, a fingerprint sensor placed on the side, and a dual-camera configuration on the back.
Then, it’s the standard Galaxy S10, this time equipped with a 6.1-inch display, the fingerprint reader embedded into the glass, and four different cameras, three on the rear and one of the front.
And last, the Galaxy S10+, which is the top model with a 6.4-inch display, the same fingerprint reader under the glass, but this time with five cameras, again three on the back but two on the front for selfies and video calls.
Samsung also unveiled a more capable 5G model, but this would only be launched in limited markets where 5G networks are already available.