Samsung's Galaxy S10 devices are due to be announced on 20 February during the company's Unpacked event in San Francisco, though so much has leaked over the last few weeks, we aren't expecting many surprises.

The latest leak should probably come with a warning though because if you have the brightness turned up on your device, this one is sure to make you squint.

Press renders published on MySmartPrice show the rumoured Canary Yellow variant of the "cheaper" Galaxy S10e in all its eye-watering yellow glory. The device is also expected to come in Prism Black, green and white at launch, offering a choice of more colourful finishes like Apple did with its iPhone XR.

The Samsung Galaxy S10e is rumoured to be coming with a 5.8-inch "Infinity O" display, making it the smallest of the S10 trio. It is also reported to have a dual camera on the rear rather than triple and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor rather than in-display

Based on the rumours and images though, the S10e will still offer the punch-hole camera design that is also expected on its more expensive siblings.

MySmartPrice also revealed the rumoured measurements for the Galaxy S10 devices. It claims the S10e will measure 142.5 x 70.5 x 8.1mm, the standard S10 will measure 149.9 x 71.6 x 8.1mm and the S10+ will measure 157 x 75.3 x 8.1mm. 

The Samsung Galaxy S10e is reported to come with the same processor as the S10 and S10+ but in only one memory configuration: 6GB RAM with 128GB storage. Pricing is rumoured to start at £669.

If your eyes have recovered from that yellow burst, you can read our rumour round up on the S10e, as well as our S10 and S10+ rumour round up for more speculation.

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