“The Samsung Galaxy S10 event is scheduled to take place on February 20th in San Francisco”
We are now just eight days from the Galaxy S10 Unpacked launch event. The company recently posted a teaser which pretty much confirmed that a foldable Galaxy phone will be launched alongside the rest of the devices. Now, there’s a new leak that shows a banner that could be used at the launch event. The banner shows the Galaxy S10+ in all its glory including the camera cutout and other design aspects.
It’s not like we haven’t seen any leaks or renders of the Galaxy S10 devices earlier, but it is always nice to see more. Details about the Galaxy S10+ and other Galaxy S10 variants have already leaked several times. We know what the device looks like and we are also familiar with most of its hardware specifications as well. As per recent reports, the Galaxy S10+ will be the most expensive device of the lot and could cost upwards of $1,600 (~Rs 1,13,258).
The leaked image is a photo of the official banner that will probably be used at the event. You can see the material of the banner at the top of the image. The Galaxy S10+ is seen clearly in the banner, revealing the dual-camera cutout on the front, the 3.5mm headphone jack, single speaker, microphone, antenna band and thin bezels all around. The two sides of the phone are curved, similar to the design on the current Galaxy S9 phones.
Samsung will be launching a total of three Galaxy S10 phones at the event. The standard Galaxy S10, a less powerful Galaxy S10e and the Galaxy S10+. Along with that, we also expect the company to launch the Galaxy Fold or Galaxy X foldable smartphone, which it teased at a previous event. There have also been several rumours and leaks about the company a launching a Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch.
The Galaxy S10+ will sport a 6.4-inch QHD+ display, Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 processor, up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage, dual-front facing cameras and triple-rear facing setup, 4,000mAh battery, in-display fingerprint scanner and fast wireless charging.