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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite might launch as Galaxy S10 E; Spotted on Geekbench

10 January 2019 3

While you were busy seeing some new tech from the world of CES, the leaks stream was also going on in parallel and being a loyal tech follower you might have missed following some. Well, the Galaxy S10 leaks saga continued and according to the recent spot of the lighter version of the series on the Geekbench, the scores are somewhat disappointing.

A Geekbench listing spotted by GalaxyClub shows a phone with 6GB of RAM and seemingly a Snapdragon 855 chipset. The spotted device has the model number SM-G970U and it seems to be the Galaxy S10 Lite. It gets a single core score of 1,986 and a multi-score result of 6,266. Well, with the Snapdragon 855 processor we could expect a better score, however, this could be a possibility that the device isn’t yet optimized. The device with such a pack of great specs seems to offer more and powerful.

Knowing more about the Galaxy S10 Lite would let you know that it could launch by the name Galaxy S10 E rather. The information coming straight from suppliers in China and they claim that the lighter version has a different name from what we have known as far. The report also adds that it will miss out on the in-display fingerprint sensor present on the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.

Mobile Fun, a UK-based smartphone accessories seller cites the suppliers in China and reveals the probable official name of the device which we have been addressing as Galaxy S10 Lite. The removal of the fingerprint scanner seems to have been done to keep the price in a budge bracket. But, the device will support the Infinity-O display as highlighted in earlier leaks as well.



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