We've already seen the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus in the wild, in the hands of a hapless worker snapped using it on a bus. Now we have an official-looking photo of the whole three-phone lineup, courtesy of superleaker Evan Blass:
Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10+ (L to R), encased pic.twitter.com/Pk2gpXkXxn
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 19, 2019
Those asterisks on the backs of the cases are the logo for case manufacturer Speck, which doesn't mean that's where the leak came from, but it does mean those aren't Samsung-made cases and it's presumably not Samsung's image.
Sadly, the photo only shows us the black colourway – we're dying to know what colour we'll be sporting in place of the S9's lilac.
Blass says the phones are called the S10E, S10 and S10 Plus respectively. The E is presumably the 'lite' version, the S10 the regular, and of course the Plus is, as in previous years, larger and higher spec. You can see the extra-wide camera cutout on the screen of the S10 Plus, which matches the pill-shaped hole we saw in the leaked Plus's screen:
Image: Reddit /u/hissick27
Samsung already leaked an image of the S10 itself, although it didn't tell us much. We've also had multiple leaks of specs (including our own megaleak that included UK pricing), so it doesn't seem there's a lot to wait for on 20th February when the phone will launch.
That said, we'll likely get a good preview of the Samsung folding phone at the S10 launch, and there's still a lot we don't know about that. So we won't count our smartphone chickens just yet. [Techradar]
Main image: Evan Blass