Samsung Galaxy S10 to launch at the Unpacked event on February 20

Samsung to Announce Galaxy S10 on Feb. 20

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Samsung's planned rollout of the new Galaxy model is about a week earlier than usual. However, the South Korean giant has not revealed the timing of the event as of now.

We're expecting to see three 4G versions of the Galaxy S10 at the event-a lite, medium, and pro version-but maybe not the 5G phone Verizon demonstrated at Qualcomm's Snapdragon Technology Summit last month. Late a year ago the company announced its plans for a foldable phone – the next step after curved screens.

Tech savvy buffs can also watch the event on the company's website.

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The number 10 was shown in a teaser video for the showcase, all but confirming the hardware will indeed be called the Galaxy S10. One 6,200mAh would probably have been optimal, only the phone's folding nature has likely necessitated two separate cells placed either side of the fold. The company's Galaxy S10 lineup has been detailed extensively in leaks, and it appears to be a real victor. The top-of-the-line handset is expected to have 12GB of RAM and 1TB of onboard storage. Separately in a blog post, Samsung highlighted the developments of foldable and 5G smartphones. And that's the cellphone Samsung's shoppers must determine whether or not to promote in shops this year or not. There will also be One UI on top of Android Pie to support the new form factor.

Samsung has usually released its Galaxy S series just before the opening of the Mobile World Congress that opens in Barcelona, Spain in late February. The launch event will take place February 20 at 11 a.m. PT at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

While smartphone sales have stagnated a tad in recent times, Samsung still leads the pack, closely followed by Huawei in the second position, despite pressure from North American governments to ban Huawei smartphones.

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