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

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Marking this celebration, Samsung could launch as many as four smartphones - Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 5G. However, they weren't followed by any information about the smartwatch's specs.

However, these Galaxy Buds pretend to differentiate themselves remarkably from their predecessor, the IconX Gear.

Without going into too many details when it comes to specs, as this information is all over the internet, the S10E will offer a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 9820 SoC in the global version and in the non-international version a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. 6GB of RAM and internal storage of 128GB. It will have a smaller 5.8-inch screen, unlike the 6.1-inch of the standard S10 and the 6.4-inch of the S10 Plus.

"As Apple, which wields a great amount of influence over the mobile sector, continues trying to nurture its wearable business and to create new opportunities by incorporating health care into its devices like Apple Watch, other companies like Samsung can not just stop producing the wearable products", a market official said.

With so many leaks now appearing on the web there's a possibility that a launch is imminent and it could even be unveiled before the end of the month.

The device will apparently come with a heart rat monitor, and NFC for Samsung Pay, it will also come with LTE. Silence on the matter might be a good thing, considering how that unique feature has been a staple of Samsung's smartwatches for generations. The main problem with MST and NFC technology is that the former is accepted at almost all payment terminals with a card reader, whereas the latter requires old terminals to be updated, which means not all merchants may have NFC-enabled payment terminals.

It also appears Samsung won't feature a rotating bezel that's now found on the Gear S3 and Galaxy Watch. It is rumored to be the least-expensive model of the lineup and, as expected, does not have some of the newest features. We've known this for a while now, but its thanks to teenage leaker Ishan Agarwal that we get to actually see the color: EXCLUSIVE!