Samsung Galaxy S10 Event: Re-Watch All The Announcements Here!

This morning, Samsung lifted the curtains on its star-studded Galaxy range for 2019 which includes new wearables, a monster 1TB phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the first 5G-capable smartphone. If you were busy dreaming in bed, not to worry: the entire event is still available online.

To relive all launch event as it happened, simply click on the video above. Alternatively, we have the major announcements below.

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Original article below.

Samsung recently confirmed that its folding smartphone will make an appearance at Samsung Unpacked on February 21, 2019. (The above promo video makes this abundantly clear.)

In addition, the company will unveil at least three versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10: the base model, S10 Plus and S10 Lite. (It could also announce a fourth, deluxe model with 1TB storage that will be compatible with 5G networks.)

A new Galaxy Watch and earbuds are also confirmed to be making an appearance. In other words, there’s quite a lot to ‘unpack’! (Sorry.)

The event is scheduled to kick off on February 21 at 6am AEDT. The event will be live streamed on Samsung Australia’s website. You can also catch the event live on YouTube.

Here are those links again:


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