There will be more Family Hub models than before in 2019.
The South Korean company has confirmed a Galaxy Unpacked event on Wednesday, February 20. Now, a couple of reports say that's indeed the date of Samsung's next Unpacked event, and offer us a location: San Francisco. So we're expecting big things for 2019 if the company wants to reverse the trend. This will also be the only Galaxy S10 device to sport a flat display, and is rumored to ship with a side-facing fingerprint scanner.
Considering that Samsung exclusively showcased a almost completed prototype of its foldable phone to executives of major business-to-business customers at the Consumer Electronics Show 2019 in Las Vegas, some in the industry have said its debut may also imminent.
Meanwhile, the schedule for the release of Samsung's first foldable smartphone hasn't been confirmed, a high-ranking Samsung official said. The Galaxy S10 will include a 6.1-inch curved display, at least 6GB of RAM, two cameras on the back, and one camera on the front. Technology is no longer something that needs to be learned, but rather something that functions seamlessly in ways that enhance their lives, provides increased personalization and allows them to spend time doing what matters most to them.
The renders of all three models can be seen, showing that the Galaxy S10 E will feature a single front-facing camera, with Samsung adopting the in-hole display camera technology.
When folded in half, the size of the smartphone is reduced to 4.58 inches. The version Samsung unveiled in early November was carefully camouflaged with the help of protective gear and lighting, as the phone's final design wasn't completed. The capacity is expected to deliver the same endurance as the Galaxy S9, but because the handset will feature more efficient components such as an SLP boards and the Exynos 9820, we can expect slightly better battery timing.