Samsung says future will 'unfold' in Galaxy S10 ad in Paris

Samsung says future will 'unfold' in Galaxy S10 ad in Paris

The new revelation also corroborates previous leaks about the camera sensors and the presence of ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensors on the higher-end Galaxy S10 models.

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

But a simultaneous announcement of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F may result in the foldable Galaxy eating most of the S10 press.

The South Korean company is hosting its "Galaxy Unpacked 2019" in San Francisco on February 20, and speculation is rife that the company's next-generation flagship device - the Galaxy S10 - will be officially launched.

The alleged Samsung Galaxy S10E is anticipated to include a flat display in a compact form factor but with flagship Galaxy S10 like specifications.

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Finally, the report states that the main S10 series will hit shelves in Samsung's home region on March 8, while the S10 X will debut later on March 29. The good money is on Samsung releasing a whopping four smartphones at its Unpacked event on February 20, and now we might know a little more about the mysterious 5G model. However, a report claimed that Samsung will also unveil its much-awaited foldable smartphone at the event.

Gizmodo recently revealed the supposed pricing models for each Galaxy S10 model and suggested the cheapest version of the hardware, referred to as the Galaxy S10 Lite and S10 E, could start at £669.

In light of that, Max Weinbach over the weekend published a series of tweets which purport to tell us what type of memory and storage configurations we can expect from Samsung's next-gen smartphone lineup.

The company posted its first drop in profits in the fourth quarter in two years due to stagnating demand for its memory chips coupled with the decline in smartphone sales.

We will just have to wait and see what Samsung has in store for us as time gets closer. The Korean major is evidently considering names including "Fold", "Galaxy Fold" and "Galaxy F".