Samsung is going to announce the Galaxy S10 lineup on February 20. And while the rumor mill is going to town on revealing all the details ahead of that, Samsung is getting in on the pre-launch fun, too.
After the detailed Galaxy S10’s specs sheet leaked yesterday, a new video of the device has surfaced online which gives one an idea of just how big the in-display fingerprint scanner area is going to be on the device.
Looking for the detailed Galaxy S10 specs, pricing, and release date? We have you covered! Here, you will find all the nitty-gritty details about the Galaxy S10’s internals, its camera features, price, and more.
The Galaxy S10e is Samsung’s newest addition to its Galaxy S lineup. It sits below the Galaxy S10 and S10+ in its lineup and lacks most of the new features, though the internal specs remain the same. By offering a budget variant of the Galaxy S10, Samsung is hoping to attract new customers. If you are interested in the detailed specs, price, and release date of the Galaxy S10e, read below.
With just over a week left for Samsung to officially unveil the Galaxy S10 series, detailed specs of all the three handsets have been leaked. The detailed spec sheet reveals every key feature of the three new phones and also lists the various colors that they are going to be available in.
In just over a week from now, Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S10 series at an Unpacked event. Instead of launching the phones at MWC 2019 in Barcelona, Samsung has decided to launch them ahead of the yearly mobile conference at a separate Unpacked event which will be held in San Francisco.
On February 20, Samsung is going to announce the Galaxy S10 family of smartphones. There will probably even be a foldable smartphone up on stage, too.
Samsung is going to announce a new series of smartphones later this month, and it may also reveal new truly wireless headphones as well.
Samsung is going to launch a lot of different Galaxy S10 variants on February 20, but leaks aren’t going to slow down anytime soon.
Samsung’s upcoming flagships, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, have passed through the FCC revealing some of the new features that they are going to pack. The regulatory filings confirm that all the three different Galaxy S10 variants are going to support the new Wi-Fi 6 standard.