All Specs of Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 & Galaxy S10 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is all set to break the records of previous Android smartphones and tech freaks are going crazy over it. This is not only because of the lineup is going to feature almost a complete redesign, but also, the South Korean Giant is going to introduce a lite variant, at its 10th anniversary.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Series Major Specs & Price Comparison Chart

Galaxy S10eGalaxy S10Galaxy S10 Plus
ColorsBlack, Green, White
Blue coming later
Black, Green, White
Blue coming later
Black, Green, White
Blue coming later
Ceramic black and ceramic white possible
ProcessorSnapdragon 855 / ExynosSnapdragon 855 / ExynosSnapdragon 855 / Exynos
Display5.8″ Super AMOLED, flat6.1″ Super AMOLED, curved6.4″ Super AMOLED, curved
Memory6GB RAM / 128GB storage + microSD6/128GB, 8/512GB + microSD6/128GB, 8/512GB, 12GB/1TB + microSD
Rear CamerasDual cameraTriple cameraTriple camera
Front CamerasSingle cameraSingle cameraDual camera
Battery3100 mAh3400 mAh4100 mAh
SecurityFingerprint on the side, embedded in power buttonIn-screen fingerprintIn-screen fingerprint
Price~$750from ~$900from ~$1,000

No doubt, it has been a rollercoaster ride for a past few months with the rumors and news breaking every day another. But with the release and unpacking date of this lineup drawing near, we have got an idea about what the phones would be like and what features would they bring.

All Specs of Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 & Galaxy S10 Plus

So here we bring all the specs of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus. Scroll down and know what to expect from these devices.

An Overview of Samsung Galaxy S10 Lineup

Here’s what to expect from Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10 Lite.

1. The Design & Display

As mentioned earlier, Samsung will be launching three different variants, with of course, different sizes – the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is going to pack a large display of 5.8”, the S10 model is going to come with a larger display of 6.1”, while the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is going to feature the largest display measuring 6.4”. As far as the design of the phones is concerned, Samsung has finally decided that notch isn’t the future, so they have come up with an alternative with a cutout on the right side of the display, in order to offer a large screen-to-body ratio. Yet the bezels are still noticeable, but they have been moved to almost no-bezels. Samsung is also making another important change: the Galaxy S10 E is not expected to have a curved screen. The S10 and S10+ will, but the curves will be much less pronounced this time around.

How Many Samsung Galaxy S10 Variants will be there?

2. The Cameras

After the introduction of the dual camera lens in Note 8, things have been accelerated a lit bit, since then. With the Samsung Galaxy A9 seen with the 4 rear cameras, Samsung has decided to give Samsung Galaxy S10+ with a total of five total cameras – two at the front and three at the back. This multi-camera set up is also expected in Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Lite. However, both phones are expected to carry fewer cameras as compared to S10 Plus. Few rumors suggested that the Lite version is going to feature a dual camera set up while the S10 variant will sport three total cameras at the very least. Details of the camera have not been declared yet, but we are expecting it to be something extraordinary, this time, as usual.

3. The Battery Capacity

With the futuristic camera setups, the S10 lineup is going to feature futuristic battery capacity as well. The 5G S10 variant could feature a total battery capacity up to 5000 mAh and yes, you are not reading it wrong. The Galaxy S10 Lite has been confirmed to come with a battery capacity of 3100 mAh, while the S10 and S10 Plus phones could have 3500 and 4000 mAh battery cells respectively.

4. The Processors, RAM & Storage

All Galaxy S10 models will be powered by the Exynos 9820 processor in most countries, while some (like the US and China) will get it with the Snapdragon 855. Both the typical models – S10 and S10+ should come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage on the base version and 8GB of RAM and 512GB storage on the higher-end version. The Galaxy S10 Lite has been spotted with 6GB of RAM.

5. The Software & Other Features

In-screen fingerprint scanner, Samsung Pay Support, USB Type C Port, IP68 water and dust resistance, dedicated Bixby button and a heart rate sensor is included on all the S10 models. In addition to that, the phones will run Android 9 Pie out of the box.

So are you guys excited for the Samsung Galaxy S10 flagship phones?

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