No, Samsung Isn't Changing the Name of the Galaxy S10

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Thankfully, there are solid and reliable information regarding when the device will launch and a couple of features to expect on the upcoming Galaxy-S flagship.

The company sent an invitation letter to global media outlets and partners on January 11, announcing that it will introduce the Galaxy S10 series in San Francisco, a city close to the corporate headquarters of its archrival Apple. "Galaxy Unpacked on February 20, 2019".

The new Galaxy smartphone is expected to come in three types: a base model with a six-point-one inch screen, a plus model with a six-point-44 inch screen and a low-tier model with a five-point-eight inch flat design screen.

We've heard rumours from all over the place claiming that Samsung would be announcing the Galaxy S10 on 20th February - a whole 5 days before the start of Mobile World Congress that usually hosts this event.

2019 will be an important year for Samsung's mobile business, as 2018 was one to forget.

Samsung Electronics will unveil the Galaxy S10 smartphone series in San Francisco on February 20. Moreover, it was expected that the Galaxy S10 and S10 Lite both would have a launch sometime this year. The South Korean maker is offering the latest Galaxy Watch (42mm variant) to Galaxy Note9 buyers at just Rs 9,999.

The long wait is over as Samsung officially reveals the Samsung Galaxy S10 official release date.

Samsung Newsroom published a piece detailing the company's One UI, and in it there was a picture of a phone with a pinhole selfie camera, a curved screen and tiny bezels.

Announced in December 2017 and released in January 2018, the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) arrived on the market running Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

While the foldable phone was showcased to a selected group of people, the prototype of its 5G smartphone was on display in an enclosure at the end of the 5G hardware wall, away from the hands of everyone present at CES.

The standard Galaxy S10 could launch with dual camera set-up on the rear and a single front-facing shooter.

Talking about Galaxy S10 specs, the phone will most likely feature a 6.1-inch Ultra AMOLED display.



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