Samsung Galaxy S10+ is touted to be the most premium variant to launch at the February 20 event. As per new information, the variant is expected to come in a limited 12GB RAM and 1TB storage option as well. This variant will also sport triple rear cameras and dual front sensors as well. In all, the tipster reiterates that there will be three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10, and the smallest 5.8-inch variant will not be called the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite.
GSMArena has managed to get information from an anonymous source, who claims to have derived this information from a Samsung representative. The tipster claims that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5.8-inch variant will not be called Galaxy S10 Lite. Instead, it will only "be the smallest Galaxy S10" as it will have the same processor and memory as others. It will sport only two camera sensors at the back, and one selfie sensor up front.
The vanilla Samsung Galaxy S10 6.1-inch variant will also sport one selfie sensor, but three rear cameras. All the three variants will come in same processor and memory as others, but the Samsung Galaxy S10+ variant will also see a limited edition 12GB RAM + 1TB storage option as well. The premium variant, as mentioned, will see two front cameras and three rear sensors as well.
Furthermore, the tipster notes that all the three variants will run on new One UI software, sport 3.5mm audio jacks, and come in Black, White, and Sea Green colour options. The report states that some models will have additional colour options like Blue and Yellow as well. Lastly, the report claims that the three variants will be made available on March 8, after being announced on February 20.
Past leaks suggest that the smallest variant will sport a side-mounted fingerprint sensor while the other two will sport in-display fingerprint scanners. The premium variant is also tipped to sport reverse wireless charging as well.