Galaxy S10 will be revealed at an event in San Francisco on February 20th. We certainly know this. Samsung sent the invitation to the sport a large number a few weeks back. Clearly, the company wants to face what is going to be a rather action-packed Mobile World Congress this year.
We also know that the event will cause the company to speak its upcoming foldable. Samsung told so much during his last developer conference – and to a great extent, the invitation also sported a big crown down the middle. However, S10 will almost certainly be the right star of the show.
And in the typical Samsung mode, the new flagship has been leaking since the last year. Now it looks like we've seen handsets from every angle. So here's what we know – or what we think we know at least.
Initially, Samsung jumps all the way up and jumps from shiny top edge to pinhole cutout – what the company called its "Infinity O" screen. It's more or less the same as what was found on the newly revealed Galaxy A9 Pro. S10 + will meanwhile have an elongated version of the hole punch, apparently for the purpose of including another front-facing camera.
Interestingly, there are supposed to be three S10 models that will be announced on the 20th. You have your standard S10 (6.1 inches), S10 Plus (6.4 inches) and a budget version (5.8 inches) ), which will be somewhat akin to Samsung's roofs on the iPhone XR. Among other things, the product may be devoid of the curved screens that have become a pillar of the Galaxy line.
With Samsung's Note woes well in retrospect, the company is reportedly amps to once again increase battery life, with S10 sporting a 3.100mAh and Plus carrying a whopping 4,100mAh. Fight if true.
Less surprising is the inclusion of Snapdragon 855 – coming into power almost any non-iPhone flagship this year. Dito for Android Pie. However, 5G is much less secure. Although it is true that Samsung has already announced that not only two handsets come from the company that has the next cell technology, we cannot quite say whether S10 will be among them.
That said, we are rumored of a Galaxy S10 X sporting tech is not out of the real opportunity. It seems more likely than Samsung shoehorning it in the base model. After all, 5G will not hit a saturation site this year. It could bring up the number of S10 models up to four.
Similarly, rumors about the headphone jack are everywhere. However, the latest images seem to confirm that Samsung's flare puts on one, and still retains one of the last flags to track the once ubiquitous port.