Looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy S10? If so, we've got a date for you to circle on your calendar.
Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10 at an Unpacked event on February 20. The company posted a teaser video to Twitter today that shows the number "10" bouncing between two screens, hinting that the new phone could have slimmer bezels than its predecessors. "Welcome to the next generation," the tweet reads.
— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 10, 2019
A report from The Wall Street Journal today claims that Samsung will launch three versions of the Galaxy S10 in March. A fourth model with 5G support is expected to arrive later in the spring.
Rumors have said that the Galaxy S10 will be available in a more affordable "Lite" version as well as the regular and Plus models. One of the biggest changes expected for the new models is a hole-punch display. Samsung is also expected to include an in-display fingerprint sensor on the standard and Plus Galaxy S10 models, but the more affordable "Lite" model may miss out on this feature.
The aforementioned WSJ report goes on to say that Samsung's foldable smartphone will also be shown at the February 20 event. The company gave us a peek at its foldable Infinity Flex display last year, but this February event will reportedly be the stage on which we see the full foldable device. Today's report suggests that the foldable phone could launch in April and that Samsung is deciding between "Fold", "Galaxy Fold", and "Galaxy F" as its name.