Samsung to Announce Galaxy S10 on February 20

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Samsung recently announced that they will be holding an Unpacked event where they are expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy S10.

It looks like Samsung may have accidentally leaked their new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone.

Samsung Electronics Co. said on Friday it will roll out its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10, here late in February. It could be that this line corresponds with a separation - a bezel, perhaps - between two separate displays with rounded edges.

A new year means new smartphones and the first major launch of the year has already been booked off. Check it out in the tweet below. Since the S8, Samsung kind of took that choice away from users - if you wanted a flagship Galaxy, you had to pay for the curved display. It didn't even announce a reputation for the handset, which is rumored to be known as Galaxy F, Galaxy Flex, or Galaxy Fold. Additionally, this year's Galaxy Unpacked event is expected to the place where Samsung will unveil its foldable phone that could debut as the Galaxy Fold or Galaxy F. The company will be live streaming the event on its official website www.Samsung.com. After a teaser about Samsung and Google partnering together in developing of a foldable phone was released at the developer conference held on November 2018, rumors began spreading that Samsung is referring to the Samsung Galaxy S10.

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Sources told The Korea Herald that the 10th edition of Galaxy S phones will be unveiled in the U.S. city - home to world's most innovative tech firms -- one week ahead of the Mobile World Congress 2019 that kicks off in Barcelona, Spain on February 28.

A brightened image below shows the punch hole camera more clearly.

It's unclear what "E" in the Galaxy S10 E denotes.

We'll have to wait and see for a true 5G smartphone connected to a 5G mobile network to find out just how much better 5G will be than what we have now.

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