Samsung to unpack Galaxy S10 series in San Francisco in mid-Feb

Samsung to unpack Galaxy S10 series in San Francisco in mid-Feb

Samsung to unpack Galaxy S10 series in San Francisco in mid-Feb

On the day you can expect full coverage of the new devices here on Tech Advisor, plus a rundown of the best places to buy the new smartphone and the best accessories for Galaxy S10.

The Herald does say that Samsung is doing things a little differently this year because the Galaxy S10 also happens to mark the series tenth anniversary.

"Because it is the first foldable phone by Samsung, we are thinking more about offering some powerful contents for better user experiences that can be earned only from the foldable phone", the official said.

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2019 will take place in San Francisco on February 20 at 11 a.m. PT. And with demand falling for Apple's most expensive lineup yet, Samsung could take advantage.

Expected to launch in three versions, the S10 E, S10 and S10+, the smallest model has a 5.8in display and the largest a Galaxy Note-rivalling 6.4in.

It seems that Samsung had a prototype 5G smartphone in sight at CES 2019, but nearly nobody noticed it. Samsung's phone is "specialized for multitasking", he said, and would be "highly useful for people who own both a smartphone and tablet".

In 2019, a whole new line of PCs are ready to be deployed.

Today's WSJ report also mentions that Samsung may show its foldable smartphone at this February 20 event.

It's reported that Samsung's foldable will be available for purchase starting in April, but that has yet to be confirmed by Samsung. Of course, we'll be covering the news come showtime, so stay tuned to TNW for more. Only the top-end Galaxy S10 Plus might feature a dual-camera at the front, which also means that this addition will command a higher price. Their MicroLED technology offers modular design, immersive viewing, and landscape screens, completely personalized for a viewer's space and needs. One high-level executive told the publication that when unfolded, the phone does not show any crease indicating it has been bent, adding that the device's screen felt smooth to the touch. But could there be more to look forward to than the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+?

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