The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be officially revealed next month.
Samsung confirmed this morning that it will announce the Galaxy S10 on February 20. A teaser video posted to Twitter shows the number 10 bouncing around between two screens with super slim side bezels, suggesting that the GS10 could have that feature. The clip ends by confirming that Samsung’s next Unpacked event will happen on February 20.
— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 10, 2019
While Samsung isn’t giving us any other info, the rumor mill is happy to share more. A new report from The Wall Street Journal says that Samsung will show three Galaxy S10 models at its event in February and that the phones will launch in March. A fourth Galaxy S10 variant with 5G support is expected to arrive later in the spring.
As for what improvements the Galaxy S10 might offer, Samsung is expected to embrace the new trend of hole-punch displays. More cameras will reportedly be included in these new Galaxy S10 models, too, with rumors suggesting that the Galaxy S10 could have a triple rear camera setup while the S10+ could have as many as four rear cameras and two front snappers. Samsung is rumored to be adding an in-display fingerprint sensor to the S10 and S10+ as well, though the lower-end “Lite” version of the S10 may miss out on this feature.
Today’s WSJ report also mentions that Samsung may show its foldable smartphone at this February 20 event. The device is being considered for an April launch, and Samsung is allegedly deciding between three names for it: Fold, Galaxy Fold, and Galaxy F.