Samsung officially announced launch date for Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung Galaxy S10The Samsung has officially announced in a press conference that launching event of Samsung Galaxy S10 will take place on Wednesday, February 20. The company calls this press conference as Galaxy Unpacked 2019. Smartphones don’t typically get a lot of attraction at CES, but Samsung managed it by using the show to declare the launch date for its 10th anniversary Galaxy phone.

The launch event time is 11 am PT, 2 pm ET, and 7 pm GMT at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. It is a frequent venue for Apple launch events. Samsung didn’t officially confirm the Samsung Galaxy S10 name or any details in its announcement. Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors pointed out some major changes to mark a decade of Galaxy handsets. But several leaks have indicated that there might be 3 different versions.

Samsung Galaxy S10 with Pin holeThe rumors have mentioned that people will see a hole-punch display. It allows for less bezel at the top, and a small front-facing camera embedded at the top right corner in the screen. It is Samsung’s solution to prevent the dreaded notch cut out that the iPhone has popularized. Other Galaxy S10 features may include an on-screen fingerprint sensor, triple-lens rear camera, and use of the 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset.

The mobile giant kept its invitation short and sweet, noting just the date and time of the event, and the live-stream URL just below a central image. It’s that visual that contains all the clues to what we’ll be seeing. You have to decide on which version to get. There are likely to be 3 versions, including the Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, and the new Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite or Galaxy S10 E. These are all with different screen sizes and remarkable battery life. The Samsung Galaxy S10 may have a 3500mAh battery, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus may have a 4000mAh battery, and a cheaper Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite may get a standard 3000mAh battery.

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