The new Galaxy S10 will be announced at the Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 10th along with a live launch in London and days before the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
According to Reports, Samsung is expected to launch three Galaxy S10 smartphones: an entry-level 5.8-inch phone with 128G of storage, a standard 6.1-inch phone with 2 options for storage of 128GB and 512GB, and a premium 6.4 inch S10+ with 5G that has 3 storage options that go up to 1TB!
Samsung will keep the lead when it comes to the new Galaxy S10’s screen. The resolution will be pushed past the current S9’s QHD+. Rumors suggest a pixel-per-inch count of 600+, but the entry level might go for a lower-resolution screen for a lower price.
No Bezel? No Problem!
Reports also say that the new Galaxy S10 will have “almost no bezel” on the top and bottom and the phones will also include a screen protector.
Bezels are getting smaller and smaller and most manufacturers are using a notch design to house the camera and sensors. Samsung has resisted this notch design and will have a “punch hole” design for the camera that will be on the top-right corner of the display.
Qualcomm’s new chip, the Snapdragon 855 is built for 5G connectivity and claimas to provide 3 times the AI speed.
A front-facing fingerprint scanner embedded under the display is the most anticipated feature of the new S10. The in-display fingerprint sensor uses ultrasonic technology which offers more reliability and accuracy.
The S10 and S10+ will both get a bump up in battery life as they are packing larger screens.