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Samsung has already given out the dates of its most anticipated event of this year, the Unpacked event on February 20, 2019. In the event, Samsung is all set pull the covers off of this years’ flagship S10 lineup. This year is going to be big for the Galaxy S series as it is its 10th anniversary year, and we expect Samsung to release an all-new design and class-leading specs on the new devices.
 
Talking about the phones, due to the leaks and rumors, we know almost everything about the new devices.

The Galaxy S10 has its privacy violated more than once, and this time we have a full spec sheet too which lists out the specs in detail. According to the rumors, the Galaxy S10 lineup is to consist of not two, but three phones this time: The Galaxy S10 Essential, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus. The top-of-the-line Galaxy S10 Plus is to come with an 800-nit brightness screen, which would have a size of 6.3inch and resolution of 3040×1440 pixels. The colors are reportedly prism black, prism white, prism green, canary yellow, luxurious ceramic black, and luxurious ceramic white.
 
But the Unpacked event would not be all about the Galaxy S10 series, though it would be the main focus. Samsung reportedly would also showcase its foldable smartphone, which would be possibly called Galaxy F, Galaxy Winner, Galaxy Fold, of Galaxy X. The foldable smartphone was also teased at Samsung’s November event, along with its Infinity Flex display.
 
Samsung is also all set to introduce its 5G smartphone in the Unpacked event. This seems to be a risky move by the South Korean brand, as the 5G handset might overshadow the Galaxy S10 devices. But it would also be a reply to the Chinese brands like Xiaomi, who are also in the process of launching a foldable phone and 5G capable devices.

Talking about the Galaxy S10, it is also rumored to come with Samsung’s version of the FaceID, and an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor which would be in-display. It would be no doubt powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, or the Samsung Exynos 9820 processor.
 
The top-of-the-line Galaxy S10 Plus is rumored to have three cameras on the back: 12MP, 13MP, and 16MP and two cameras on the front.
 
It is also expected that the Galaxy S10 would have the Infinity-O display. The Infinity-O display is characterized by a pin-hole selfie camera and almost no bezels.
 
If you want to watch the Unpacked event live, then go to Samsung official website. To register your interest in the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup, log in at Samsung India.
 
Do contact me if you need more information, and do comment your views on the latest Samsung devices.

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