Samsung, at CES, announced that their 10th anniversary flagship, expected to be called the S10, will be launched on the 20th of February at an unpacked event which will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
Samsung’s unpacked events are always special, but this year, with its competitors such as Huawei giving it a run for its money, it becomes all the more important for the company to deliver and have a successful event. Samsung’s S10 will feature an Infinity-O display which is the highlight of the flagship. It is rumoured to be available in three different models, the S10, the S10 plus and the S10 Lite.
There have also been hints that the smartphone will be available in multiple colour ways. 2019 is all set to be a busy year for Samsung, as it not only has plans for the Galaxy S10, but many other new devices, which includes a foldable phone that is rumoured to be called the Galaxy X, and 5G devices for various telecom companies, namely, Verizon and AT&T. It is highly likely that Samsung will wait for a while before they launch the Galaxy X, as releasing two unique devices may overshadow one of the two devices, as we have seen, happen to Apple, with the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, where the iPhone X overshadowed the iPhone 8 models.
These are all speculations and we can only be sure when Samsung hosts it’s unpacked event. Until then, we can just speculate and hope to see the best from Samsung.