The Samsung Galaxy S10 to debut on the 20th of February

Ruben Fields
January 14, 2019

One difference from Weinbach's sources and previous rumors involves the upper-tier S10 model.

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Since Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy X/F and the Galaxy S10 at the same time, it's no surprise that it's moved the launch away from the usual pre-MWC launch slot.

Samsung is also expected to launch at least three variations of the Galaxy S10. These are much-rumored to sport in-display front cameras, which some OEMs refer to as punch-hole, but Samsung refers to as Infinity O. Will Samsung announce the availability of the Galaxy Home smart speaker?

The outlet also declared the device in question will have the ability to wirelessly charge other devices that sit on its rear, similar to the functionality now offered by the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

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As Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event draws closer for the grand launch of the flagship Galaxy S10 lineup, leaks have picked up the pace and new information is trickling down on a regular basis.

An early unveiling date means that the Galaxy S10 series will end up going on sale early as well.

Korean publication ETNews reports that Samsungs first 5G-enabled phone will be called the Galaxy S10 X. The X stands for 10 (the Galaxy line turns 10 this year), but also “experience” and “expand”. Samsung, which has been rumoured to be working on a foldable device for *years*, has kicked off its marketing/hype campaign for the folding Galaxy X/F.

Samsung said the slogan "unfolding the future" showed its dedication to bringing smartphone innovation, but did not comment further.

Sprint wants its customers, and everyone else, to know it will be launching a Samsung-made 5G phone in 2019, just as Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile have already revealed. Even the competition is increasing with Huawei and other Chinese companies planning to launch foldable smartphones in 2019.

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