Samsung Galaxy S10e revealed in Canary Yellow: Packing side fingerprint scanner too?

The Galaxy S10 device will be launched at the MWC n Barcelona on February 20th

We've heard that name before when referring to this device, and the latest reference comes from details passed to XDA Developers by one of its recognized contributors called deadman96385. It's unclear at this time whether all Galaxy S10 models will be bundled with the Galaxy Buds, or just the more expensive ones.

We are all waiting for the Samsung Unpacked event on February 20th, not only to see the Galaxy S10, but also what other surprises Samsung has to offer. That's the same chipset we saw previous year powering the Galaxy Watch, and the same screen size as the 46mm variant of that watch.

The first USP of the 2019 Galaxy S smartphone is likely to be an under-the-display fingerprint sensor, marking the company's first step in the league. Samsung has been inconsistent with the naming of its smartwatches.

The marketing image also shows off a highlight feature of the Galaxy S10 - PowerShare. The images you see here come from either Twitter user Ishan Agarwal or MySmartPrice.

According to the firmware files, the new smartwatch will have a 1.3-inch display with an Exynos 9110 chipset inside. In terms of colour options, both these two smartphones are said to come in White, Black and Teal with a Vivid Blue option for select markets. I'd say count the hours and we'll see more, most likely more than one. They are rumored to cost 149 euros ($169).

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