Most of the Galaxy S10 leaks have focused on the design of the new flagship and its possible hole-punch screen, but today we're getting info on what may be its reveal date.
Samsung is planning to announce the Galaxy S10 on February 20 at its own Unpacked event, according to a "source at a major tech retailer" speaking to Gizmodo U.K. The GS10 will allegedly be available for preorder starting on that date, followed by a launch on March 8.
The tipster goes on to say that there will be three versions of the Galaxy S10: a standard model, a Plus version, and a "flat version" that could be the lower-cost model that we've previously heard about. Screen sizes are said to be 6.1 inches for the S10, 6.4 inches for the S10+, and 5.8 inches for the flat version. It's also said that the Galaxy S10 will have a feature called Powershare that'll let you wirelessly charge other devices using the S10.
And then there's the price. Pricing will allegedly start at £669 ($844 USD) for the flat Galaxy S10 with 128GB of built-in storage. The standard S10 with 128GB of storage will reportedly cost £799 ($1,008 USD) while a 512GB version will be available for £999 ($1,261 USD). Rounding things out will be the top-end Galaxy S10+ with 128GB of storage for £899 ($1,135 USD), a 512GB model for £1099 ($1,387 USD), and a 1TB version for £1399 ($1,766 USD).
Most of the details in today's report lines up with what we've heard about the Galaxy S10 before, including Samsung's targeted February 2019 reveal. A previous report did say that Samsung is prepping a fourth version of the Galaxy S10 that'll have a 6.7-inch screen and 5G connectivity, but that that model would come later.
One other detail worth noting is that while the pricing in this report may be accurate for the U.K., it's unlikely that we'll see the converted prices listed above here in the U.S. For example, the 128GB Galaxy S9+ costs £869 ($1,097 USD) in the U.K., and its regular price in the U.S. is $889.99.
Are you thinking about getting the Samsung Galaxy S10? If so, which model are you interested in?