If you think a yellow color S-Pen isn’t enough, Samsung is about to bring that color to its upcoming Galaxy S10e, which is the more affordable model of the Galaxy S10 series slated for release in its February 20th Unpacked event at San Francisco.

Obtained by MySmartPrice via Twitter user @IshanAgarwal24, the leaked official render of the Galaxy S10e confirms that the phone will be available in a Canary Yellow color variant, along with an Infinity-O punch-hole display and a dual-camera on the back.

The phone will also be available in three other color variants, namely Prism Black, Green and White.

The render tells us that the S10e will not have a curved display like its higher end siblings, which makes this a cheaper display to manufacture and is a good news for those who finds curved displays annoying, especially when hunting for screen protectors and viewing content on them could sometimes be really annoying.

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Another thing that we noticed is the lack of facial recognition sensors on the front like we get on the Galaxy S9, there isn’t a fingerprint scanner on the back so we should assume that Samsung should have embedded it on the power button, just like it did on the Galaxy A7.

Specs wise, the S10e features a 5.8-inch display and should be powered by the Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855 chipset, paired to 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage, if all is true, the S10e could be a great compact powerful flagship that we should expect to be well received when it gets released.