Published: Fri, January 11, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite runs Geekbench with Snapdragon 855

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite runs Geekbench with Snapdragon 855

Based on the video, there is no visible fingerprint sensor which confirms our suspicion that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will come equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor which uses ultrasonic which uses sound to sense your fingers instead of the traditional optical method.

The photo has been revealed by Evan Blass, a smartphone leaker that has given us lots of images and specs each year.

A new screen design looks like it could become the new standard for Samsung devices. Rumors have it that the South Korean company will be unveil the Galaxy S10 series on February 20. Huawei has already beat Samsung to this design though, with 2018's Nova 4 rocking a hole-punch camera. Rumours had previously hinted at a much slimmer top bezel so this is a new direction for Samsung. Other devices and leaks have come to light from other manufacturers using this design.


The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite will be announced along with Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus smartphones in the coming month. Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone will be featuring an ability to wirelessly charge compatible handsets and other Samsung wearables. Also, the 5G variant is expected to launch in South Korea and North America only as of now while there is an Exynos 9820 counterpart of all Galaxy S10 devices as well.

While we have not seen this design in person, it certainly is far more aesthetically pleasing than the screen notches that dominated a year ago. The biggest and most powerful device will be Galaxy S10 Plus which will start at £899 for 128 GB, £1099 for the 512GB version, and a shocking £1,399 for 1TB storage. No worries if you can't be faffed, T3 will have everything you need to know about the new smartphone.

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