It’s that time of the year again. It’s time for a new Galaxy flagship to dazzle the world. Samsung has begun sending out invites for its annual Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event.
We all know that the event entails: Galaxy S10. The next iteration marks “10 years of innovations”, as Samsung puts it. Much is expected to change this year, starting with a radical new design that is truly edge-to-edge.
If you want to know what to expect from the Galaxy S10, just look at the Galaxy A8s. Like the Galaxy A8s, the Galaxy 10 will feature a punch-hole Super AMOLED display. Not only will it be one of the first punch-hole displays on the market, it will be the first smartphone with an OLED screen go with it.
Long standing rumors point to the announcement of three variants. There’s a Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and a cut-down Galaxy S10 Lite. There’s also another variant that will feature 5G technology, expected especially after Samsung demoed an unknown device running 5G.
As always, Samsung will deliver Galaxy Unpacked live-stream over the internet. Check back on this link on February 20 when the live-stream will be available.
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