Last updated on October 20th, 2019
Samsung is going to be released Galaxy S10 Series next month. But now, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ are set in stone.
However, there is one thing which is remained quite unclear since the beginning is how Samsung would select to brand its budget-friendly smartphone. Now, it seems to be cleared up.
Based on a most recent report from Chinese online retailer “Mobile Fun”, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (known previously) will actually be marketed as Samsung Galaxy S10E.
For now, a logic behind that name isn’t clear and it’s a mystery – therefore, we’re not sure why Samsung may have chosen it. Though one possibility is that “E” stands for Economical which indicate that it’s a budget-friendly smartphone. Apple never explained officially an iPhone XR’s name – so chances are Samsung thought Galaxy S10E sounded perfect.
The official name aside for a second or two, Samsung didn’t provide so many details about it. However, Samsung mentioned that it wouldn’t be loaded with an on-screen fingerprint scanner but will have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, instead.
As Samsung is yet to be confirmed the naming scheme of Galaxy S10, S10+ and Galaxy S10E, it’s worth taking that leak with a pinch of salt. However, it’s making sense than previous information which showed the return of Samsung’s “Edge” branding.