The Galaxy S10 could see the return of Samsung's 'Edge' branding

The Galaxy S10 could see the return of Samsung's 'Edge' branding
Samsung Galaxy S10 Edge and Galaxy S10+ concept renders based on leaked information

December is proving to be a great time for Galaxy S10 leaks. Since the start of the month, new pieces of information have surfaced on an almost daily basis. And today is no different with online retailer Mobile Fun revealing some interesting details about Samsung’s upcoming flagship lineup.

Obtained via an “official Samsung supplier,” it’s claimed once again that the budget model will be marketed as the Galaxy S10 Lite. Similarly, the range-topping 6.4-inch device will be known as the Galaxy S10+ upon launch. Joining these is set to be a 6.1-inch offering too. This time around, though, it’s unexpectedly referred to as the Galaxy S10 Edge.

If this last bit of information is accurate, a move to reinstate the “Edge” branding on Samsung’s flagships would certainly be a big one for the company. After all, the South Korean giant hasn’t used the moniker since the release of the Galaxy S7 Edge in 2016. It could also allow the brand to better differentiate its flagship from rival devices.

Moving over to accessory-related details, all three devices will launch alongside a wide range of cases and covers. Making a return will be Samsung’s LED View Cover in Black, Green, and White; the company’s Silicone Cover in Black, White, Blue, Berry Pink, Green, Yellow, and Navy; a Leather Cover in Black, White, Gray, Green, Navy, Red, and Yellow; its Clear Cover in Black, Green, and White; and its Protective Standing Cover in Black and Silver.

Joining these will be a new LED Cover in Black and White. Additionally, Galaxy S10 Edge and S10+ users will have access to a transparent case, while Galaxy S10 Lite owners will be able to purchase a Yellow Clear View Cover.

On one final note, it’s claimed that the Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 Edge, and Galaxy S10+ will all ship with screen protectors pre-installed.

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