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An image leak demonstrates three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 line.
 Next month, Samsung will hold its next Unpacked event, where it is expected to demonstrate a "fully functional” version of its foldable phone along with the next iteration of the Galaxy line, Galaxy S10. The new leaked image from Evan Blass shows three phone versions: S10E, S10 and S10 +.

Since last fall, it is rumored that the S10 will be presented in three versions: S10 and S10 + with a curved OLED screen, selfies with holes and fingerprint scanners on the screen, with a third (supposedly S10E) serving as a cheaper edition without all frills. According to rumors, the company held talks with Verizon on the delivery of a 5G version of the phone in the United States. Leakage from Blass in early January showed the front of the S10, showing minimal frames and a hole punch for the camera facing forward.

Blass notes that this image represents the Galaxy S10 line in clear cases: S10E on the left, S10 in the middle and S10 + on the right. The S10E has two cameras in the back, while the other two have three. The S10 + also has a pair of front-facing cameras with a large opening.

This year, a lot of rest, especially because the company was faced with slow sales of S9 and a sharp drop in profits in the last quarter of 2018. With the changes this year in the phone after last year's "predictable” iteration, Samsung may be able to entice consumers back in 2019.