In the renders, shared by Evan Blass, you can see the Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10, and S10+ with their codenames, Beyond 0, Beyond 1, and Beyond 2 respectively.
Additionally, it reveals the model numbers (for international variants) and sizes - the Galaxy S10 Lite has model number SM-G970F and it is 5.8-inch long -- the Galaxy S10 has model number SM-G973F and the size is 6.1-inch --- the bigger S10+ has model number SM-G975F and the size is 6.4-inch.
As you can see below, the location of the camera in all the three renders are different from previously shared renders by others. The location is now centered, instead of top right (you can see here.)
We previously reported that the Galaxy S10 5G model will be available in several markets by March, with Samsung expected to unveil its new Galaxy S10 series phones in February.
It’s unclear whether Samsung will announce the handset at MWC 2019 next year, which is what other rumors said recently, or whether Samsung will host a press event of its own for the occasion.