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.