Everything we think we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10.

Everything we think we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10.

Table of Contents
  1. THE S10 AND S10 PLUS
  2. GALAXY S10 X?

We are just a few days away from the Samsung S10 10th anniversary event from Samsung, February 20 and it looks like it will be one of the most important phone announcements Samsung has ever made. Fortunately, since we live in a world where leaks abound and manufacturers don't even try to keep secrets anymore, we already know a lot about Samsung's new phones.

So, if you can't wait for the official announcement on February 20, here's everything we know so far:


The core of Samsung's lineup will remain the same as in recent years: there's a regular S10 model and a larger S10 Plus, this time with 6.1-inch and 6.3-inch displays, respectively. And thanks to a full spec sheet fromGSMArena we also basically know.

Both phones are expected to feature Samsung's new Infinity O display, which eschews the notched design of most 2018 models for a front-facing camera punched directly through the screen. (The cutout on the Plus is a bit wider as it contains two cameras.)

The S10 and S10 Plus will both have AMOLED Gorilla Glass 6 panels at 3040 x 1440 QHD+ resolution, with the main difference being the screen size and the S10 Plus. with an additional front camera (and therefore a larger hole puncher).

Samsung is said to be offering the same internal components in the smaller S10e, just because you're getting the cheaper phone, doesn't mean you're getting a weaker one. According to WinFuture , expect the same Snapdragon 855 processor, along with a pair of 6GB RAM / 128GB storage and 8GB RAM / 256GB storage.

Unfortunately, the biggest question for the S10e is the one major detail that has yet to be leaked: how much it will cost compared to the full-fledged S10.


There are also rumors that Samsung may be releasing another 5G-equipped variant of the S10, which will SamMobile reports will be called the Galaxy S10 X. Details about the S10 X are much thinner, although one of the first rumors of The Wall Street Journalback in November he claimed that Samsung was working on a supersized 5G phone. called "Beyond X". , which offered a huge 6.7-inch display (for comparison, the Galaxy Note 9 has a 6.4-inch screen), a total of six Cameras (two front and four rear), and support for 5G. SamMobile also claims that the S10 X will offer a 5,000 mAh battery and a minimum of 256 GB of storage by default.

Assuming all these specs are real, the Galaxy S10 X could steal the show from its more common cousins. That is, of course, if Samsung doesn't have any more surprises in store.


It surprises as a fitting reveal for its foldable phone, which the company has been building hype and teasing for months. There are even fewer details here than on the S10 X, but given that it Samsung has already presented a preliminary version of the prototype of the device. in November, we know a little .

Photo by Nick Statt / The Vege

Assuming things haven't changed drastically since then, the foldable phone will unfold from a 4.58-inch candy bar form factor to a 7.3-inch tablet display, which Samsung calls its Infinity Flex display. However, the phone, rumored to be called the Galaxy F, will likely not be cheap, with rumors that Samsung was considering a price of nearly $ 1,800 in November, though that number was not yet final.

Hopefully, Samsung will decide to shed some more light on the situation with a proper look at the foldable phone at the event.


Samsung is also announcing a bunch of new accessories at the event, something we know about, as Samsung leaked them to through its own Galaxy Wearable application . There's a new Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch and a pair of Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e fitness trackers. But the most interesting accessory might be the Galaxy Buds, which look like Samsung's latest attempts to offer an answer to Apple's popular AirPods. We will probably get more concrete details about all these products at the event.


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