Samsung's Next Unexpected event is set for February 20 and while the Korean electronics giant has not done anything it is then it will announce the new Galaxy S10, past history and a lot of non-subtle clues everything but guarantees that we will officially see the company's shiny new flagship smartphone next week.
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Models: At least three new Galaxy S10s (and maybe a few more)
One of those The biggest change for 2019 is that based on early reports, the Samsung Galaxy S10 line extends to three different models: Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 +.
The new entry is Galaxy S10E, where "E" reportedly stands for Essential with Samsung positioning the S10E as a kind of more affordable Galaxy S10 Lite detesting fancy extras like rounded glass pages, a fingerprint reader on the screen, and triple rear cameras in favor of something simpler and cheaper.
Meanwhile, S10 and S10 + fill their normal roles as medium and great alternatives in Samsung's portfolio. And although it has not been confirmed, it also speaks of limited edition S10 + with a mountain of storage and a fourth Galaxy S10 variant in the Galaxy S10X, which will offer state-of-the-art specifications and a 5G clear modem
Design: Punch Camera Cut Out usually
For years, the appearance of Samsung's flagship phones has been centered around curved glass panels at the front and back with a thin aluminum strip and on S10, it doesn't seem to change. But with the beginning of the year, which was now really behind us, Samsung had come up with something new to make sure people can still take themselves.
So for 2019, after testing the concept on the mid-range Galaxy A8S, Samsung looks like putting its hole punch camera to the Galaxy S10 as well. The main difference between a notch and a hole punch camera is that the latter has a camera completely surrounded by the screen on all sides. It gives the phone processors a little more freedom to cut down frames and decide where the front camera should go and based on many leaked pictures of the Galaxy S10, it seems that Samsung decided the best place for the hole punch to be in
An interesting feature of the hole punch camera is that according to leaker Ice Universe you can activate the selfie camera by simply placing your finger over the camera and pulling down. It's a neat trick, but if you're the kind of person who's worried about throwing on your camera lens, you might want to skip it before snapping up an image.
19659006] The other main design upgrades on the Galaxy S10 are the addition of a triple rear camera set consisting of standard, wide-angle and telephoto lenses and the elimination of a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Instead, the Galaxy S10 will include a fingerprint reader on the screen as seen on OnePlus 6T and others. It lets you unlock your device by just pressing a specific area of the screen.
When it comes to the Galaxy 10E, because it will not have an in-screen fingerprint reader to keep its price low, it will offer a side-mounted fingerprint reader instead .
Specifications: Modest Upgrades, Larger Batteries, and Reverse Wireless Charging
Depending on how much you are willing to spend, you should be able to buy a Galaxy S10 with as much as 12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage. But it's pretty good for everyone. On more down-to-earth configurations, Galaxy S10 will offer a moderate specbump over the S9 thanks to its new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor (or Exynos 9820 processor depending on your region), between 4GB and 8GB of RAM and 64 GB storage space (with room for microSD).
What is a little more exciting are some of the smaller features included in the Galaxy S10, such as reverse wireless charging and retrieval of the practical headphone jack . However, these upgrades do not come without balance, as it appears that Samsung is allegedly going to eliminate the front-mounted iris sensor found on Galaxy S phones dating back to the Galaxy S8.
But what may be the most impressive with the new Galaxy S10 is that although Ice Universe claims that the phone will measure less than 8 mm thick, S10 + a 4.100 mAh battery, which is 15 percent larger than the 3,500 mAh battery in the S9 +. Here, hope that all other versions of the Galaxy S10 include an increase in battery level equally.
Infinity Flex Display: How about Samsung's bendy phone?
If you wondered what happened to Samsung's flexible phone after the company had teased it last fall, not afraid that Samsung wrote a video claiming that "the future will evolve on February 20."
Unfortunately, there has not been much new info about Galaxy F since its first tease. So apart from Samsung already confirming that the device has a flexible display that develops to 7.3-inch in addition to a secondary "cover" on the outside of the device, there is not much else to say about the Galaxy F right now.  Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Watch
In the case of devices without telephone, Samsung's unpacked event can treat us to new Samsung wireless earplugs that are first clicked on the Galaxy brand, along with a new Galaxy Sport, which is obviously a better looking over Samsung's current flagship smartwatch.
The former comes at a critical time, as Apple has already swept the market with its own wireless earplugs, so Samsung looks to improve the current Gear IconX bids by adding Bluetooth 5 connectivity, 8 GB of storage and a case with built-in wireless charging.
19659006] Meanwhile, the rumored Galaxy Sport s would help drive out Samsung's durable line with a slightly cheaper watch running the Tizen OS. But the most important rumors we have seen about Galaxy Sport include that it shows that a device lacks Samsung's brand rotating frames, which not only seems like a bad move, but also calls the likelihood of the leaks in question.
Expected Price and Availability
Based on a leaked poster discovered in Indonesia, pre-orders for the new Galaxy S10 are expected to start the day after the unpacked event on February 21, with orders expected to occur sometime in mid-March. According to information alleged from the Netherlands the prices for S10E, S10 and S10 + start at 750 euros, 900 euros and 1000 euros, respectively.
As said, when translating these numbers into US dollars, the prices feel a bit steep, with the S10E at about $ 850. Thankfully, Gizmodo UK reported more reasonable pricing for the Galaxy S10 line with the S10E from 670 euros and if we take that into account and make some adjustments based on previous Galaxy launch rates in the US, I expect the starting prices to be closer to $ 750, $ 850 and $ 950 or $ 1000 for the big Galaxy S10 trio.
In the case of the Galaxy S10X and Galaxy F, rumors are ruminating both devices in the range of $ 1,500-1,700 due to the extra costs incurred due to the S10X expensive 5G-ready modem, and the Galaxy F's flexible display. In short, neither of these two units will be realistic options for a typical buyer.
But with so much information based primarily on rumors and leaks, there is always room for a day of surprises. Then check back to Gizmodo on February 20 where we will stay at Samsung Unpacked 2019 covering all new Galaxy devices.