Samsung Reveals Galaxy S10 Launch Date

The South Korean electronics giant, Samsung, has finally revealed when they are going to officially launch their upcoming flagship smartphone for 2019. According to the latest news coming from Samsung itself, their 10th anniversary device, referred to as the Galaxy S10, will launch on February 20, 2019.

The Unpacked event will happen on a Wednesday in San Francisco, California US, local time. A livestream of the event will also be offered through the company's website and most likely via YouTube channel, just like in the previous Unpacked events.

There are already a ton of unconfirmed information in the rumor mill surrounding this upcoming Galaxy S10 series. One of those suggests that Samsung will launch not only two devices, like it usually does, but three handsets all at once. There's the standard S10 and S10 Plus, then there is either a Galaxy S10 Lite.

Apart from the number of Galaxy S10 devices to be unveiled at the same time at the same event, one of the much talked about topics of leaks and rumors about these smartphones is the hole-punch camera design. Thankfully, the next Galaxy devices will not suffer the 2018's notch trend, well at least according to leaks. The front camera will remain in its place, but will be located in a hole-punch type of "notch" if you will. Similar to what we saw with the new Galaxy A8s and Huawei Nova 4 devices that was launched just last month.

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