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The Samsung Galaxy S10 range will launch next week during Samsung Unpacked in San Francisco, with a sister event taking place in London simultaneously.

The Galaxy S10 will use a 6.1-inch display, but this time it'll boast a fingerprint sensor embedded into the screen. Basically, instead of just the front camera cutout, those who opt to put a screen protector on their Galaxy S10 will also have to deal with a big gaping hole at the lower part of the display. The main selfie camera has dual-pixel autofocus and is capable of shooting 4K videos.

All three devices get a 10MP f/1.9 selfie camera, however, the S10+ gets a dual-camera selfie setup with an extra 8MP f/2.2 shooter.

Of course, this is all coming from a single, anonymous tipster, so take the following with a little bit of caution, but it appears to line up with previous leaks and rumors. It has a 12MP f/1.5 main camera with variable aperture, a secondary 12MP f/2.4 telephoto camera and a 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide angle shooter. All three phones will come with a minimum of 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. It will be powered by Exynos 9820 processor with 6GB/8GB of RAM and 128GB/512GB of inbuilt storage.

Samsung Galaxy S10e moniker has officially been confirmed by the company's French website. It is claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S10 may support 15W fast charging and 9W reverse wireless charging. The Samsung Galaxy S10e is expected to come with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor to unlock the phone.

The Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy S10 Bolt will be 5G ready with quad-cameras at the back.

The largest S10+ will have a 6.3-inch display, also with Gorilla Glass 6, and will have two different color schemes. The Galaxy S10 Bolt will also sport a ceramic body at the back.

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