Here's everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10

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While rumors of Samsung's new Galaxy S-series smartphones launching in January are circulating the industry on an annual basis and are nearly always wrong, the latest report on the matter provides more reasoning about the alleged development than such claims usually do. DJ Koh, Samsung's mobile division's CEO said that the tech firm is working on the phone and will only launch it once it's sure that it will provide a great user experience. Galaxy S10 will be rolled out next year, but fans are already eager to learn what novelties it might bring to the table.

Some Galaxy S9 phones will come with a few surprise apps. Oath plans to announce its latest agreement with Samsung in NY on Tuesday, as the firm gears up to outline its strategy for the year to media buyers. But if recent reports are to be believed, Samsung has filed for new foldable smartphone patent along with one, which shows off a transparent screen. The report adds that this handset is going to be launched early next year, possibly at the Mobile World Congress 2019.

Enjoying your shiny new Galaxy S9? Maybe the front camera would have an upgrade to it. The module would presumably function a lot like the Face ID feature on Apple's iPhone X, enabling advanced facial recognition capabilities. Tests from across the Digital Trends office led to some - er - fairly disturbing uncanny valley creations.

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Excited as Lukas is to be back with Bravazo, he is even more encouraged about the 2-year-old prospects he has coming up. It was his first start on a natural dirt surface and his first time running a race that was longer than a mile.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 was just released in March, but rumors are already trickling in for the 2019 edition of the Samsung flagship smartphone.

Are we fools for expecting Samsung to stick to its previous release schedule?

While Samsung launched the Galaxy S9 at MWC 2018, the Galaxy S8 was launched at its own "Unpacked" event in 2017 - and while the Galaxy S10 isn't likely to be as big a redesign as the S8 was, it's possible that Samsung will choose to reveal its newest phone at its own special event.