The Samsung Galaxy S10 is perhaps the most leaked phone at the moment, but one thing we haven't heard so far is how big the battery is. A new leak is changing, but as a picture of cases apparently designed for the S10 series, text that seems to correspond to battery sizes also contains.
The picture, shared by renowned Samsung leaker @UniverseIce shows Three different cases, one for a 6.4-inch phone (probably Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus), one for a 6.1-inch handset ( probably the standard Galaxy S10) and one for a 5.8-inch device (possibly Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite).
Assuming the battery tips are accurate, it would mean that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is the same size as the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. It would make sense, since the screen is also rumored to be the same size.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will have a battery the size of the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and the S9 Lite would have a marginally greater than 3.000mAh one in the standard Samsung Galaxy S9.
A question about lenses
Regarding the design of the cases, they do not show us anything new, the only real detail is the horizontal camera block, which we have seen before.
Based on this picture, though it looks as if the two larger phones (probably S10 and S10 Plus) may have the same number of lenses, while the smaller handset probably has fewer, given less switch-off. 19659002] We've heard many camera blinds before, but there is some disagreement about how many lenses each model has. Based on the size of the clip in this image, the Galaxy S10 Lite appears to have two lenses, while the larger phones may have three.
We want to take all this with a pinch of salt, since these cases may be designed for other phones or just built because of inaccurate information, but at least we would expect to hear much more about the Galaxy S10 series soon, then It will probably land at or around MWC 2019 in late February. 19659013]