Samsung Galaxy S10 range was up until now rumoured to have three distinct models, including the original Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Lite, and Galaxy S10+. But it has now been spotted that the new range will have a model with the Edge moniker. This means there will be the Galaxy S10 Edge instead of the regular Galaxy S10 – sitting in the middle of the most inferior and the most premium versions. It has also been revealed that the Galaxy S10 models will come with pre-installed screen protectors.
According to online smartphone accessories seller MobileFun, the Samsung Galaxy S10 family will have the Galaxy S10 Edge, Galaxy S10 Lite, and Galaxy S10+ models that all will come with pre-installed screen protectors. The latest report indicates that after nearly three years since the launch of the Galaxy S7 Edge₹ 29,990 back in February, Samsung is now set to bring back the “Edge” moniker to its Galaxy lineup. This rubbishes all the previous reports that were claiming the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Lite, and Galaxy S10+ as the three key models by the South Korean company.
The fresh development also suggests that Samsung could eventually reserve the Galaxy S10 name for the 5G-supported 10th-anniversary model that is speculated to be the most premium smartphone by the company.
With the new name, the Galaxy S10 Edge is likely to sport a dual edge display panel – similar to the Galaxy S10+. The Galaxy S10 Lite, on the other hand, could come with a flat display panel, as reported in the past.