Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Foldable Phone Could Launch Next Month

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To demonstrate the new software design, Samsung uploaded a number of different images of an unspecified handset.

A report by Forbes also shared this information stating that the Galaxy S10 will come in three variants, instead of the usual "standard" and "plus" configurations.

Samsung is also expected to launch at least three variations of the Galaxy S10.

Such a device is expected to forgo some premium features in exchange for its more appealing price point. No bezels, no physical notches for the front-facing camera, all the space for a rounded screen.

The leaks to the next Galaxy generation, the S10, are getting more and more accurate thanks to some mishaps on the side of Samsung and more reliable sources.

More recently renowned leaker Ice Universe has seemingly outed the battery capacities for each device.

However, Samsung has not confirmed the Samsung Galaxy S10 name or any details in its invite, but it does cite the fact that "this year marks the 10-year anniversary of the Galaxy series". Also, the unlocked versions of these phones aren't discounted.

Galaxy S10 Plus might not be the largest device this year as reports suggest that the Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy S10 Bolt will both feature a 6.7-inch display larger than Galaxy S10 Plus's 6.3-inch display.

The size of such a pack is extremely rare on smartphones with the 7.2-inch Huawei Mate 20 X being one of the few other devices to tout the specification.

However, the publication insisted the 5G S10 will only launch in the US and South Korea.

This means the United Kingdom may miss out on the model capable of delivering superior network speeds. The ad which is erected in one of the major public squares in Paris - Place de la Concorde makes it certain the Galaxy FOLDABLE PHONE will launch alongside the Galaxy S10.

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