Would you buy a flat-screened (non-edge) Galaxy S10?


Samsung has sent out invites to an event on February 20 where we're sure to see the Samsung Galaxy S10 range, but we might also see the foldable Samsung Galaxy X there.

We now know that the Samsung Galaxy S10 handsets will be launched during a Samsung Unpacked event on 20 February.

Samsung may have leaked official pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S10 in an article on OneUI and Android Pie. It could be that this line corresponds with a separation - a bezel, perhaps - between two separate displays with rounded edges. But the company did use its big platform this week to announce the announcement of its next flagship smartphone. Check it out in the tweet below.

This has been Samsung's move for a couple of years now, since 2014 according to some. 'Because it's equipped with the latest flexible display and battery technology, Samsung's foldable phone is likely to be sold for 1.5 million won (US$1,336) or more. It didn't even announce a reputation for the handset, which is rumored to be known as Galaxy F, Galaxy Flex, or Galaxy Fold.

It's unclear what "E" in the Galaxy S10 E denotes.

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The Galaxy S10 series is expected to come in four models - the regular S10 (6.1-inch), the S10 Plus (6.44-inch), the S10 Lite (5.8-inch flat design) and S10 5G after March.

Samsung has dropped prices on its Galaxy A7 (2018) and A9 (2018) models in India.

There are already a bunch of wild rumors about the Galaxy S10 roaming around the internet - and we are now hearing that there will be a total of 3 different variants of the Galaxy S10 and might feature a total of 6 cameras. The right corner of the screen is expected to have a "hole punch" instead of a notch which makes the display more spacious.

We still have more than a month before the launch. Only the top-end Galaxy S10 Plus might feature a dual-camera at the front, which also means that this addition will command a higher price.