Samsung announced on Friday its palns to launch its next-gen flagships in the form of the Galaxy S10 series, in 20 February, according to News Tech reportes. At that time, there will be at least three phones, includeing the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Lite/S10 E and the Galaxy S 10 Plus
The February event will be taking place in San Francisco at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The event will also take place in London. The number 10 is featured on the invite indicating the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy series.
All of the Galaxy S10 phones have a dedicated Bixby button on the left side, just in case you wanted to activate Samsung’s digital assistant. All three phones also support not only rapid wireless charging but also reverse wireless charging for other Qi-based smartphones and accessories.
In addition, the phones have Android 9 Pie installed and out of the box, with Samsung’s new OneUI skin. All three phones have an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance. Finally, the displays on all three Galaxy S10 phones use Dynamic OLED tech for brighter and richer viewing of content. The phones use a punch-hole design for their front-facing camera or camera on one phone.
Also, the firm will display a “fully functional” version of its foldable phone, which is currently being called the Galaxy F, along with the three variants of the Galaxy S10 which are expected. There is also going to a 5G model which might release after Samsung’s Unboxed event later this year in the spring.
On other hand, the firm is likely to rename the upcoming Galaxy S11 to Samsung Galaxy S20. With the new Galaxy S20. The speculations are rife that Samsung will give tough competition to Apple’s AirPods Pro by launching Galaxy Buds+ alongside the smartphones. Among the most anticipated features include a 48-megapixel telephoto lens with support for 5X optical zoom.