According to a report by Gizmodo UK, Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy S10, its new flagship phone on February 20, 2019, before the annual Mobile World Congress event going to be held that month.
The range will be including an S10 Lite or the Beyond 0, measuring 5.8-inch and will have a flat screen rather than the curved one, 6.1-inch standard S10 and an S10 Plus with 6.4 inches.
The expected prices are:
£699 ($881) for S10 Lite
£799 ($1,007) for S10 with 128GB storage
£899 ($1,134) for S10+ with 128GB storage
£999 ($1,260) for S10 with 512GB storage
£1,099 ($1,386) for S10+ with 512GB storage
£1,399 ($1,765) for S10+ with 1TB storage
The Wall Street Journal told that the last one will be bonkers with unbelievable huge space. It might be some sort of special edition and could be a 6.7-inch device having 5G support and 6 cameras. The remaining models will be having 3 cameras, ultrasonic display fingerprint enabled sensors, and Samsung’s new software atop Android Pie. The models will have a punch-hole selfie camera, rather than a notch, like the ones in the recent Samsung Galaxy A8s and new View20 of Honor.