Well, the launch of at least one of these devices sure appears to be happening in just over a month. S10 is making its debut five days earlier than the Mobile World Congress and will be launched in San Francisco on February 20, 2019, at 11 a.m. PT.
Turns out the Samsung's not unveiling the Galaxy S10 in Barcelona, either. All the good times and possibly even a foldable smartphone reveal can be watched via live stream over on the official Samsung website. Also, another parallel launch event is expected to happen in the United States as well.
Other than the 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 model, Samsung will also launch three additional Galaxy S10 models, which will be more affordable, the Galaxy S10 Lite (rumored to be called S10E), S10, and S10+. The Galaxy S10 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor for the USA market or the Exynos 9820 processor for markets like India.
It's unclear what "E" in the Galaxy S10 E denotes.
The S10 and S10+ would have an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor placed under the display to let users unlock the device by putting your finger on the screen.
A brightened image below shows the punch hole camera more clearly. The phone has two displays - a 4.6-inch screen that is outside and can be used when it is folded and a 7.3-inch screen on the inside when it is laid out flat. The Exynos 9820 comes with an integrated neural processing unit (NPU) to handle AI tasks. All the three versions of the S10 device are expected to feature enhanced camera technology than compared to the previous S series devices. They offer premium specs at mid-range prices and have built a huge fan following in recent years. Sources claim that the model 5G is also in development, but it will present a "spring". 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variant will now be available at Rs 33,990 instead of Rs 36,990, whereas the 8GB RAM with 128GB storage will cost Rs 36,990 instead of launch price of Rs 39,990. But the company did use its big platform this week to announce the announcement of its next flagship smartphone. For this reason, Samsung is testing the device so that the sides remain slightly lifted when folded.