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The latest revelation comes just days after a live photo purportedly of the Galaxy S10+ got leaked on the Web.

German website WinFuture has shared fresh purported renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10 cheapest variant, and it is calling it Samsung Galaxy S10E.

These renders also reveal a 3.5 mm headphone jack located on the bottom of the Galaxy S10e. Apart from this budget model, Samsung will also release a standard Galaxy S10, a Galaxy S10 Plus, and one ultimate variant that supports 5G connectivity.

Samsung is all set to launch Galaxy S10E this month, and leaks are gathering up.

In regards to the Galaxy S10, the image render clearly seems to match an earlier image poster by serial leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks).

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The device pictured above also has a single punch-hole opening on the top right of the display for the selfie camera, suggesting the Galaxy S10e has a single selfie camera, versus the dual selfie camera that the Galaxy S10 Plus is said to come with. Furthermore, the Galaxy S10e will have a 5.8-inch display that's smaller than the 6.1 and 6.4-inch displays on S10 and S10+ respectively. Samsung is scheduled to announce the Galaxy S10 later this February.

In terms of colour options, the flagships will be available for purchase in black, white, blue and green colours.

The Galaxy S10, on the other hand, appears to have a price tag of Euro 899 (roughly Rs. 73,500) for the 6GB RAM/ 128GB storage variant.

Notably, there are also some design changes on the S10e when compared to the S10 or the S10+. But, don't make yourself believe that the S10E has an in-display fingerprint scanner. A Blue colour option should launch later, and the report indicates that the smartphone could be priced at Euro 750 (roughly Rs. 61,200).

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