All new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones are expected to come with thinner bezels on the top and bottom. All three regular Galaxy S10 models will go on sale in March, while the fourth model with 5G connectivity may hit the market in the Spring.
The slogans nearly make it certain that Samsung will finally unveil its foldable phone on February 20 at the Galaxy S10 unveiling to be held in San Francisco, which it sent invites for last week that also hinted at a foldable model among the offerings.
He notes Verizon won Samsung's bidding war for the 5G Galaxy S10 Plus, though he adds "not sure how long this lasts". Thankfully, these leaked models align with an early Galaxy S10 price leak, so it's possible to work out how much upgrades between models will set you back. As spotted by redditor qgtx, the blog post that the company published on Monday showing off the new One UI design features was hastily updated three days later, changing what appeared to be the S10 into a generic model. The former includes the regular S10, the S10 Plus, and the S10 Lite (or S10 E, depending on which leak you're looking at). Basically, because phone size continues to expand with each new generation, Samsung made a decision to overhaul the interface to accommodate our hands that aren't growing at the speed of smartphones.
Weinbach has also shared some new information about the cameras. The three phones are the Galaxy A90, Galaxy A70, and the Galaxy A50. The lens will be able to switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4 based on the amount of available light in order to improve image quality. Will Samsung announce the availability of the Galaxy Home smart speaker?
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According to Weinbach, storage options on Samsung's S10 lineup will look like this.
Samsung has usually unveiled its flagship Galaxy S handset at MWC.
We've been hearing that Samsung is hard at work on a 5G-capable version of the Galaxy S10 for a while now.
For months, reports have suggested that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 - the successor to the Galaxy S9.