With less than a month to go for the official Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ unveiling, high-resolution photos of the devices have leaked online giving us a clear look at its design, the Infinity-O display, and their rear camera setup.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is going to be revealed on February 20. Until then, the rumor mill is hard at work on revealing everything it can.
Various leaks have pointed to Samsung working on a high-end variant of the Galaxy S10+ featuring 1TB storage and 12GB RAM. To make this variant of the device stand out from the others and to justify its high price, Samsung will be offering it with a ceramic back in white and black colors.
The latest leak surrounding the Galaxy S10 points to the largest variant of the trio, the Galaxy S10+, coming with a 7.8mm thick body and featuring a massive 4,000mAh battery. That’s the same battery size as the Galaxy Note 9 from last year which Samsung highlights as having an “all-day” battery life.
A few hours after a reported hinted at a potential Galaxy S10 unveiling on February 20, Samsung has gone ahead and confirmed the same via its official invite. The company will indeed be unveiling the Galaxy S10 and its foldable phone on February 20 at an Unpacked event in San Francisco.
Samsung is reportedly looking to unveil the Galaxy S10 and its foldable phone on February 20 at an Unpacked event to be held simultaneously in San Francisco and London. If true, this means the company will not be waiting for MWC 2019 to unveil its flagship smartphone for the year.
With its 2019 Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series of devices, Samsung plans on covering every possible display size and form factor possible. Reliable leaker @UniverseIce has leaked the display sizes of all four variants of the Galaxy S10 along with the Galaxy Note 10.
The Galaxy S10 series might be a few months away from its official unveiling but its alleged UK pricing has leaked online. As per Gizmodo UK, the base variant of the Galaxy S10 — dubbed Galaxy S10 Lite — will have 128GB of storage space and start from £669 in the UK.
With 2018 coming to an end, all eyes are now on the next major smartphone release — the Galaxy S10. So far, we have heard that the device will feature a new design at the front which includes a hole in the display to incorporate the front camera.
With all major flagship launches of this year done, all eyes are now set on Samsung’s 2019 flagship — the Galaxy S10. The device is expected to be unveiled in February at MWC 2019 before releasing to the public in March. Today, thanks to @evleaks, we now have more details about the S10.