Samsung confirms launch date of flagship Galaxy S10 lineup

Samsung confirms launch date of flagship Galaxy S10 lineup

The Galaxy S10 will mark ten years of the Galaxy S series from Samsung, which is the company's flagship offering.

Most of you already know by now that Samsung plans to launch three Galaxy S10 models of different sizes, which will naturally be accompanied with varied specifications and features. Samsung held a Galaxy Unpacked 2018 event in August, announcing the Galaxy Note 9.

The timing has not yet been confirmed.

It looks like Samsung may have accidentally leaked their new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone. But 2019 is really the year when 5G smartphones will be available to buyers in several markets, as local carriers are ready to launch both real and fake 5G networks.

Samsung recently slashed the prices of the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A9 smartphones in India.

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The smartphone runs Android Oreo 8.1 with Samsung's skin atop and is backed by a 3,300mAh battery.

Realizing their error, the company quickly removed the images, but not before they were widely shared on Reddit. The company is said to launch multiple variants of the flagship smartphone. The device will also sport two cameras on the front, and those two cameras will be located in the same place as the single front-facing camera on the Galaxy S10, in the top-right corner.

Per battery, the Samsung Galaxy S10 models would come with improved battery life compared to the Galaxy S9.

Talking about Galaxy S10 specs, the phone will most likely feature a 6.1-inch Ultra AMOLED display. This also indicates that the Galaxy S10 Lite will be priced at an affordable price than the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. Instead, there's just a big "10" on the invite, making it clear what we'll be seeing. The price cut was first spotted and reported by Mumbai based retailer Mahesh Telecom. Other expected storage variants of the device are 128GB ($1,135), and 512GB ($1,390).