Samsung confirmed that they will be holding a Samsung Unpacked event on the 20th of February 2019 in San Francisco.
Samsung notes that 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy series, and the invitation prominently features the number 10. The South Korean Smartphone manufacturer has teased about the Unpacked event through its official Twitter page.
There's more of Samsung's history here, all of which cleared the path to the upcoming Galaxy S10.
Samsung has finally revealed the launch date of its next Galaxy Unpacked event to officially launch its next generation galaxy smartphone.
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He also criticised how the news media had covered Musk and called him a close friend. Li said he welcomed greater cooperation with companies from around the world.
While the launch or availability details about the 5G model will most likely to shared at the event itself, India debut of the Galaxy S10 and its speculated variants is expected to happen in a week or so after February 20th.
Similarly, our review of the Galaxy A9 (2018) said that the phone offers an attractive design with gradient colours on a glass body along with a stunning 6.3-inch display and a powerful Snapdragon 660 chipset.
Display innovation continued with the Samsung T100 the first phone with an Active Matrix display. Further, it is not possible for Samsung to do a live 5G demo in Las Vegas as 5G coverage will be live in Las Vegas later this year.
Shifting from NY to San Francisco may be a sign that Samsung is trying to push its own developer partnerships, especially as it has struggled to make Bixby, its voice assistant, relevant this week at a CES trade show where Alexa and Google Assistant have dominated the space. Samsung, however, looks set to adopt and implement the tech on the Galaxy S10. The S10 E and the regular S10 appear to have a single selfie camera while the S10+ has dual cameras on the front.
Samsung's newest Galaxy phone has been rumoured to sport a radical redesign this year with leaks suggesting the hardware will sport an all-screen design with a hole-punch style cutout for its front-facing camera.
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