Samsung is all set to launch its new Galaxy S10 series smartphones next month. The company has sent out invites for the Galaxy Unpacked event 2019 event that will be scheduled for 20 February in San Francisco. Samsung will be marking its ten years of Galaxy S series that has been the company's flagship range of smartphones.
Samsung will be unveiling the new flagships before MWC 2019 in Barcelona that starts from 25th February. Reports suggest that the Galaxy S10 will have three variants this time that will include an S10, S10+ and S10Lite. Samsung could also unveil almost two new 5G variants of the new Galaxy S10 that will each have different specs, in comparison to the other three phones.
Samsung Galaxy S10 specifications
As far as the rumours are concerned, there will be three variants of the Galaxy S10 that will include a 5.8-inch variant, a 6.1-inch variant and a 6.4-inch Infinity-O screen variant with an in-screen camera along with an e Qualcomm-built in-display fingerprint scanner that is said to feature in the top-end S10 and S10+ models. The Galaxy S10 E (Lite) might not have the in-display sensor and could feature a side mounted fingerprint scanner instead.
Other specifications could include the Exynos 9820 8nm SoC with Tri-cluster CPU, integrated NPU with up to 2Gbps LTE-Advanced Pro modem. In the U.S., the variants sold will come powered by the Snapdragon 855 processor. Cameras, so far are still a mystery and sensor specification are yet to be revealed.
Note that Samsung will be hosting this event before Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona that will be live-streamed at its website at www.samsung.com/galaxy. The timing of the event is yet to be confirmed.