On February 20, Samsung will hold an event in San Francisco where it will announce new Galaxy S10 phones. (In) direct confirmation of this event comes in the form of invitations Samsung has sent to journalists, industry and analysts. You can see her in the attached photo.
As before, the invitation clearly indicates what will be presented. As the Wall Street Journal announces, Samsung should present four phones on this occasion. There are three devices that will appear in the Galaxy S10 line, but a new, foldable smartphone, Galaxy Fold should be presented at the same time. At the same time, but not in the same location, as this phone will be presented in London, at a event to be held simultaneously with this in San Francisco. Finally, it is expected that another Galaxy S10 model will be introduced during the spring – a variant that will support 5G networks.
According to the current rumors, the Galaxy S10 Lite with the suffix "E" is available, which will have a 5.8-inch screen, the standard Galaxy S10 with a 6.1-inch screen, and the Galaxy S10 + with a 6.4-inch screen . It is expected that all phones will become available in March. It's a little surprising that Samsung has traditionally represented its top phones in late February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which will be held this year from February 25 to 28. But this time the presentation of the phone will follow somewhat earlier. On the bottom photo you can see the look of the phone, and it was published by a famous insider, Evan Blas.
According to previous rumors, the phones will feature a hole in the front panel display ("punch-hole display"), and it should be noted that Samsung has never used a controversial notch on its phones up to now. It is expected that the phones will have more cameras than their predecessors, where the Galaxy S10 + could have up to four cameras in the back and two forwards. Honor has already introduced its V20 phone with a similar display and similarly positioned front camera, so it can be expected that Android manufacturers will take a step further from Apple, which, due to insisting on various sensors used in the Face ID verification process, is forced to and in the next generation keeps the same design of the phone with a notch.