Unlike a year ago, Samsung is not launching its new flagship line-up during the MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona.
Samsung is all set to unveil Galaxy S10 on February 20 at a special event in San Francisco, confirmed the company.
Samsung is expected to release multiple versions of the S10.
Samsung has announced the launch date of its 10th anniversary Galaxy phones at CES.
When the launch day eventually comes, the event will be live-streamed on Samsung's official website; Samsung's bringing San Francisco to your screen.
Talking about Galaxy S10 specs, the phone will most likely feature a 6.1-inch Ultra AMOLED display. Two of them will be direct successors to last year's Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
While availability may vary by market, it's claimed that all three Galaxy S10 models will purchasable in Black, White, Blue, and Green finishes. Launched at Rs 67,900, the smartphone got a first price drop of Rs 12,000 in August a year ago.
Samsung Electronics appears to be trying to attract attention from the global smartphone industry by taking the wraps off the Galaxy S10 just before the MWC.
In our review of the Galaxy A7, we said the phone offers a stunning AMOLED display and a decent triple camera system of which the wide-angle lens is the most appealing. As per the user, the Galaxy S10 will come with a punch hole display panel which is what the leaks and rumors have been suggesting.
The base and the plus models also have ultrasonic sensors developed by Qualcomm that enable finger print recognition.
The standard Galaxy S10 could launch with dual camera set-up on the rear and a single front-facing shooter.