Samsung Galaxy S10's release date announced

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The tech giant is using the said event to launch the Samsung Galaxy Fold.

Samsung is tipped to launch the folding phone, potentially called the Galaxy F, next month.

While Samsung's 5G smartphone is expected to be a part of the Galaxy S10 series, we expect the company to launch the 5G device later this year and at its February event, we expect to see the Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus.

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The Galaxy A9 (2018), on the other hand, is a more premium smartphone that was launched at Rs 36,990 for the 6GB + 128GB variant and Rs 39,990 for the 8GB + 128GB version.

Moreover, this year's event holds extra significance as it is the 10th anniversary of Galaxy phone. Without revealing any specifics, Samsung shared dates for the Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event.

I'm sure many of us are already eager to know what the Samsung Galaxy S10 will bring to the table.

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Samsung sent out press invitations for an Unpacked event taking place in San Francisco yesterday, putting to bed claims the hardware could be shown off at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. It could be equipped by either Exynos 9820 SoC or maybe the latest Snapdragon 855 SoC.

Samsung Newsroom published a piece detailing the company's One UI, and in it there was a picture of a phone with a pinhole selfie camera, a curved screen and tiny bezels. The company also showcase 5G of Galaxy S10. Even before the smartwatches were a thing, Samsung also launched the watch phone.

In early October, Samsung reportedly finalized the Galaxy S10's color options. The regular S10 products will be equipped with a front single-lens camera and a rear dual-lens camera, while the S10 Plus will be equipped with a rear triple-lens camera (3x) a front dual-lens camera.

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Still, add the smaller, 4.5-inch, 840 x 1960 display to the 7.3-inch display and you have a combined 11.8 inches - only two Galaxy S9's worth of display; the S9 got by with a 3,000mAh battery, and a QHD+ (1440x 2960) resolution screen.