Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds leak in TV commercial

Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds leak in TV commercial.

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If there was a Guinness World Record for most leaked phones, Samsung would win. We've seen Galaxy S10 Hands-on photos, videos, press renders, leaks from Samsung's website, and even Samsung allowing consumers to pre-order a Galaxy before it's officially announced tomorrow.

If you thought you knew everything there was to know about the Galaxy S10, then Samsung has gone one step further now and aired a TV commercial featuring the unannounced phone in Norway.

Verge reader Endre Loeset spotted the 30-second slot and recorded it (see above). It seems that the commercial was accidentally aired on TV 2, Norway's largest commercial television station.

You'll need to brush up on your Norwegian skills to fully understand it, but it clearly confirms the Galaxy S10 hole-punching display, ultrasonic fingerprint reader, triple camera system on the back and reverse wireless charging.

Even Samsung's Galaxy Buds make a brief appearance, revealing that you can charge them wirelessly by placing them on the back of Samsung's Galaxy.

The commercial leaves nothing to the imagination about tomorrow's Samsung Galaxy unpacked event. The Verge will be covering Samsung's event live tomorrow from 11AM PT/1PM ET, so expect to hear a lot more about the Samsung Galaxy S10 tomorrow, unless Samsung leaks more information early.


Less than 48 hours of clock is what is left for us to finally see the new Samsung Galaxy S10. Alongside these, two new products in the form of accessories will be presented at the same Galaxy S10 event.

How could it be otherwise, we refer to the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active and Samsung Galaxy Buds. During the last few weeks we have already seen some of its main features through various leaks.

On this occasion, and thanks to Twitter user Roland Quandt, we can know how the design of both gadgets will be.

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