The Samsung Galaxy S10 has been leaked once again, and this time, three variants of the smartphone are being shown off.

The leak is from Evan Blass, and it gives a close look at the standard Galaxy S10 and both the Galaxy S10E and Galaxy S10 Plus.

Samsung's Ship Is Leaking

Blass posted a tweet of the Galaxy S10 lineup equipped with clear cases. From what can be gathered, the Galaxy S10E has only two cameras on the back instead of three, like in the case of the other two. Meanwhile, the Galaxy S10 Plus has a larger punch-hole than the rest and sports two front-facing cameras.

This isn't much of a stretch to believe, as rumors that Samsung is going to release at least three variants of its 2019 flagship have been making the rounds online for months already.

Needless to say, the Galaxy S10 is expected to be the standard version of the handset, coming in with a curved OLED Infinity-O screen (the punch-hole camera) and an under-display fingerprint reader. The Galaxy S10 Plus is, of course, the bigger variant with specific enhanced features, while the Galaxy S10E is said to be the budget-friendly version minus the bells and whistles.

Samsung is also rumored to launch a 5G version of the phone. It's said to be exclusive to Verizon subscribers for a few months after it goes official, as the carrier won a supposed "bidding war."

Other Galaxy S10 Leaks, Rumors

To no one's surprise, the Galaxy S10 is the subject of a ton of rumors and leaks. Samsung is among the top dogs of the mobile industry, after all.

At that, the upcoming flagship is said to support 3D facial recognition, similar to what Apple's iPhone X has. Moreover, an alleged case got leaked recently as well, possibly confirming that the headphone jack is going to be well and alive.

Samsung is scheduled to unveil the Galaxy S10 lineup on Feb. 20 at its Unpacked event, but that's not the only device to look out for there. The word in town is that there's a good chance the company is going to take the wraps off its first foldable phone dubbed Galaxy F, which could stand for "fold" or "flex." It's also known as the Galaxy X, but when it comes to names, nothing is confirmed until they're officially released. The same goes for the Galaxy S10 lineup.

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