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Samsung Galaxy S10: Release date, price, specs and all the latest leaks

Samsung Galaxy S10: Release date, price, specs and all the latest leaks

Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks keep rolling in     Samsung Galaxy S10 Update: The Galaxy S10 might be able to wirelessly charge other devices. Plus, images of the Galaxy S10 E in yellow and white have leaked, and the S10 could be capable of shooting 4K footage with its front camera and have improved anti-shake on the rear. We’re closing in on the Samsung Galaxy S10 release date, with the official Unpacked launch event happening this month in San Francisco, where we’ll be reporting on it live. You don’t have to wait until the Samsung Galaxy S10 launch date of February 20, however. New Galaxy S10 leaks are spilling out almost daily now, and have potentially given us an early look at what we suspect Samsung’s smartphone for 2019 might look like. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be a more significant upgrade compared to last year’s relatively incremental spec bump from the Galaxy S8 to the Galaxy S9. It’s enough of a tempt all of those holdouts who are waiting for the next big thing in order to upgrade their Samsung phone. It’s rumored to have a fresh-looking all-screen display with less bezel at the top. Not only that, it may have ‘hole punch’ front-facing camera embedded in the screen’s top right corner. •We’re also expecting to see the bigger Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Samsung Galaxy S10 specs Here’s how the Galaxy S10 specs are shaping up from all the rumors and leaks so far: Screen size: 6.1-inch Screen resolution: 1440 x 3040 Screen aspect ratio: 19:9 Rear cameras: 12MP, 16MP, 13MP Front cameras: single camera Chipset: Exynos 9820/Snapdragon 855 RAM: 8GB/12GB Storage: 128GB-1TB OS: Android 9 Pie We may also see Samsung adopt an in-screen fingerprint sensor and be the first to launch a phone with the Snapdragon 855 chipset (in the US variant, at least). Of course, you may have a few more choices this time around. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is likely to be joined by the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and maybe even the Galaxy S10 Lite or S10 E, a ‘lite’ version of the new smartphone meant to take on the iPhone XR. Seems like a lot all at once? We’re a month out there will be even more leaks to pour over. After all, the Galaxy S10 is Samsung’s 10th anniversary Android phone. It has been teasing a few surprises for us in February. Here’s what we know to date. Cut to the chase •What is it? Samsung’s next Galaxy S flagship •What will it cost? It’s sure to be very expensive •When is it out? February 20 launch event, shipping soon after Samsung Galaxy S10 release date Hottest news: •The Samsung Galaxy S10 launch event is February 20 •Could hit stores on March 8 The Samsung Galaxy S10 launch date is confirmed as Wednesday, February 20, meaning we’ll see the smartphone days before MWC 2019, which takes place from February 25-28. Samsung itself has revealed the date, along with the time and location: the Galaxy S10 will be unveiled at 11am PT (2pm ET, 7pm GMT) at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. We’ve heard that date rumored before, so it doesn’t come as a complete surprise, though some other rumors put forward different dates. Of course, that’s just when the S10 will be announced – it might not go on sale for another week or two. The main rumor there points to a March 8 sale date in South Korea. We’ve also now heard that it could land in Italy that day, while another source also talks of a March 8 street date, so this sounds like a global launch date. That’s for the three main models (the S10, S10 Lite and S10 Plus). However the source adds that the 5G S10 – which might be called the Galaxy S10 X – will land in stores on March 29. Whenever the S10 range lands, it’s likely to be sold by EE in the UK, as the network already lets you register for updates on it. That said, we’d expect just about all networks to offer one or more models of the S10. Samsung Galaxy S10 Samsung’s next S model will likely land in early 2019 Samsung Galaxy S10 price Hottest leaks: •Samsung Galaxy S10 price expected to rise to $779 / £799 When the Samsung Galaxy S10 does go on sale it’s sure to cost a lot. One price rumor puts the budget Galaxy S10 Lite model at $650-$750 (roughly £500-£585 / AU$900-AU$1,040), while another rumor has the Samsung Galaxy S10 price rise to £799, which will likely be around $779 (around AU$1,400) for the 128GB variant and £999 for 512GB of storage. Another source points to a price of €929 (around $1,055 / £820 / AU$1,475) for a standard S10 with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, rising to €1,179 (around $1,340 / £1,040 / AU$1,875) for a version with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. More recently, an extensive price leak for all three rumored S10 handsets has the standard Samsung S10 starting at €899 for the 6GB/128GB configuration and rising to €1,149 for the 8GB/512GB model. Elsewhere, we’ve heard that the cheapest model (aka the Galaxy S10 Lite or Galaxy S10e) will cost between around 800,000 won (roughly $710, £550, AU$990) and 900,000 won (around $800, £620, AU$1,110). The same source claims that the top-end 5G model will cost between 1.6 million won (around $1,430, £1,110, AU$1,980) and 1.8 million won (roughly $1,600, £1,250, AU$2,230), making it around twice as expensive. In short though, the Samsung Galaxy S10 price is all but guaranteed to rise over the asking price of the Galaxy S9 – so you might want to start saving. 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Samsung Galaxy S10 vs S10 Plus vs S10 Lite •Samsung Galaxy S10 – the standard Samsung flagship •Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – a bigger screen and potentially better cameras •Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite / S10e – a less powerful, smaller, cheaper model The Samsung Galaxy S10 is unlikely to arrive alone, with a trio of handsets tipped to launch at the firm’s next Unpacked event. While we’ve become used to seeing a pair of Samsung flagships launch together each year as far back as the Galaxy S6 in 2015, this time around all the Galaxy S10 leaks are pointing towards three or more phones. There’s the standard Samsung Galaxy S10 that’s detailed here, along with the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and a new entry in the Galaxy S10 Lite – a smaller, low resolution and likely lesser powered handsets at a hopefully more affordable price point. A recent rumor suggests that the S10 Lite could actually land as the Galaxy S10 E, though not everyone agrees. We’ve also heard that the Lite model might simply be called the Galaxy S10, as might the model above it, but that would seem confusing. Several leaks and rumors suggest the Galaxy S10 E could have a dual-lens rear camera, with 6GB RAM and 128GB memory and a 3100mAh battery, which would put it behind the S10 and S10 Plus in several ways. On top of that renders of a Canary Yellow edition of the S10 E show a dazzling design, and suggests the device will launch in a range of interesting colours, with green and blue variants suggested too. But wait – we could even get a fourth Galaxy S10 handsets, as rumors of a big-screened, 5G variant have also begun to crop up. And, of course, Samsung teasing is almost certainly going to be teasing its foldable phone at the S10 launch event. •This Samsung 5G prototype phone has a notch… in the corner Samsung Galaxy S10 design and display Hottest leaks: •Three different screen sizes •A camera cut-out in the screen •A 19:9 aspect ratio and 1440 x 3040 resolution Our best look yet at the likely design of the Galaxy S10 comes from a series of photos showing it alongside the Galaxy S10 Plus. You can see these below. Details about the standard S10 include a single-lens punch-hole camera on the front, tiny bezels above and below the screen, a triple-lens camera on the back, and a USB-C port, 3.5mm headphone port and speaker on the bottom.