Official: Samsung presents Galaxy S10 on February 20

Samsung Galaxy S10 presentationSamsung Galaxy S10 presentation has announced when its new flagship, the Galaxy S10, is being presented. On 20 February, an Unpacked event will take place in San Francisco, where the new top device will be shown to the world.

Samsung Galaxy S10 presentation is soon

Last year Samsung chose a presentation at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where we saw the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus for the first time. This year the South Korean manufacturer is organizing an event on Wednesday 20 February, a few days before the big technology fair starts. As a result, Samsung has focused all the attention that day on its own, and the presentations from other manufacturers are not ‘in the way’.

Samsung Galaxy S10

The press conference can be followed on the website of Samsung on 20 February, and there is probably also a live stream on YouTube. In addition to the regular Galaxy S10, we will most likely see the larger Galaxy S10 Plus, as well as the smaller and cheaper Galaxy S10 Lite. Little is known about the prices and release of the Samsung smartphones, although it is plausible that they will be in stores in March.

What we know about the Galaxy S10

Over the past few weeks, everything necessary about the Galaxy S10 has been leaked. This way we know that the device gets a larger screen with thinner edges. To make a front-loading screen possible, the selfie camera is embedded in a hole in the screen. With the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, there is still a large edge at the top and bottom of the display. The regular S10 has a single front camera, the S10 Plus has two camera lenses at the front.

Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors

At the back of the S10 is a triple camera, which makes better pictures than its predecessor. According to the rumors, the S10, S10 Plus, and S10 Lite also have larger batteries of 3500, 4000 and 3100 mAh respectively. Furthermore, the flagship is equipped with a fingerprint scanner in the screen, more powerful hardware, Android Pie with the OneUI skin and improved facial recognition.

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