As reported by Gizmodo UK, Samsung would launch its next year’s flagship, Galaxy S10, on February 20th, 2019, before the annual Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona that month. That’s in line with the rumors that emerged in November and which stated that Samsung Galaxy S10 would come out ahead of the event in Barcelona.
According to the S10 leaks, Samsung Galaxy S10 would come out in three variants, a Lite version with a 5.8-inch screen, a standard variant with a display of 6.1 inches, and a Galaxy S10 Plus at 6.4 inches. As Gizmodo UK reported, here are the expected prices of the upcoming devices:
- S10 Lite – $881
- S10 with 128GB storage – $1,007
- S10 with 512GB storage – $1,260
- S10+ with 128GB storage – $1,134
- S10+ with 512GB storage – $1,386
- S10+ with 1TB storage – $1,765
The last variant looks “crazy” with that 1TB of internal storage, but it could be the special version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 with a 6.7-inch display and six cameras, in total, The Wall Stree Journal talked about recently in an article.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Would Launch On February 20th, 2019
According to the most recent Galaxy S10 leaks, the devices would boast three cameras on the back, in-display fingerprint sensors, and Android 9 Pie with Samsung’s OneUI atop of it. Also, Samsung ditched the notch and adopted the recently presented punch hole in the screen to hold the selfies cameras.
For Samsung, 2019 would be a significant year as the South Korean company plans to release its anniversary S10 device to celebrate ten years of Galaxy S series. Also, the giant tech company expects the sales to increase in 2019 to recover from the poor sales of this year models.
In conclusion, Samsung Galaxy S10 would launch on February 20th, 2019, before the annual Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona that month. That’s in line with the rumors emerged in November, which said that Samsung would announce its anniversary S10 smartphone ahead of the event in Barcelona.