SEOUL — Samsung has announced the launch date of its latest anniversary Galaxy S10 flagship lineup.
The South Korean tech giant will launch Galaxy S10 on February 20 in a San Francisco event.
Tech Savvy buffs can also watch the event on the company’s website.
The invitation image only shows the curved edge of two phones and the number 10.
However, rumours suggest that company will launch at least three variants – flat-screened Galaxy S10 E, vanilla Galaxy S10 with a bigger curved screen and UD fingerprint scanner and the range-topping Galaxy S10 Plus.
Here’s a quick overview of the five different models:
Samsung design LEAKED:
Meanwhile, Samsung’s article on One UI accidentally revealed Galaxy S10 design.
One of the leaked images has a punch hole selfie camera and it even shows that the selfie camera disappears when the screen turns on.
The article is mainly about the software and the shape of the phone is meant to be generic.
However, the company has updated the article with a new image.
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