Samsung Galaxy S10: Specs And Release Date Revealed

Samsung has announced it will be unveiling a range of smartphones on February 20 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The confirmed date means it will sneaking in with its big reveal a week before Mobile World Congress in a move that will have its rivals scrambling for coverage in the lead up to the world’s main mobile tech event.

Normally, by now we’d be speculating madly about what the new flagship Galaxy phone will be but we’re all over that thanks to more leaks than a rusty colander.

We already know the Galaxy S10 will have a great camera with the front camera housed behind a hole in the display

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We can expect three variants. There’s likely to be a Standard version with a choice of 128GB or 512GB of internal storage, a Plus version with a 1TB option and a new Lite model with “just” 128GB of storage. Prices are expected to start at a little over $1000 and top out at about the $2200 mark.

Displays will range from 6.1 inches for the Standard, 6.4-inches for the Plus and 5.8 inches for the Lite option. The devices are expected to run on the next-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset.

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5G connectivity isn’t expected to be a part of this release. Following Telstra’s announcement that they have locked up deals with phone makers for exclusive access to 5G handsets, any word on 5G will be a “coming soon” rather than an immediate release.

With all that being so well known, why bother with an announcement event with all the hoopla? Because the real news will be a public unveiling of Samsung’s folding phone. Samsung showed off a prototype of the folding phone to partners, dubbed the Samsung Fold, during CES 2019 earlier this week. And while that added a little more information to the earlier prototype shown off during the company’s developer event last November, we can expect lots more in about five week’s time.


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