Samsung Galaxy S10 will FINALLY launch tomorrow – here are the features we expect
After months of anticipation, Samsung will finally launch its Galaxy S10 smartphone tomorrow.
The tech giant is expected to reveal as many as four smartphones at the Unpacked event – the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, and a foldable smartphone that could be called Galaxy X.
In the run-up to the event, several rumours have been circulating about the smartphones, so we have a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Here’s a round-up of all the biggest rumours, and what you can expect from the event tomorrow.
What to expect from the Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung’s flagship smartphone for 2019 is expected to be called the Galaxy S10.
Rumours suggest that the smartphone will feature a 6.1 inch display, with much narrower bezels than its predecessor, the Galaxy S9.
Instead of having a dreaded ‘notch’ to house the front-facing camera and sensors, rumours indicate that the Galaxy S10 will have a ‘punch-hole’ camera sitting in the top right corner of the screen.
The back of the smartphone is expected to feature a triple-lens camera, arranged horizontally, unlike the Galaxy S9 which saw it’s lenses configured vertically.
One of the most innovative features that the smartphone is expected to have is an in-screen fingerprint sensor, allowing users to unlock their device by simply placing their finger on the glass.
In terms of colour, rumours suggest that the smartphone could come in a range of fun hues, including yellow and blue, as well as the standard black and white.
As previously mentioned, alongside the S10 itself, Samsung is expected to unveil two other variants – the S10+ and S10e.
The S10+ is predicted to be slightly larger than the S10, with a 6.4-inch display that houses a slightly larger punch-hole camera with dual-lenses.
Meanwhile the S10e is predicted to be slightly smaller with a 5.8-inch display.
Thankfully there’s not long to wait to see if these rumours are true.
Samsung will launch its 2019 smartphones at its Unpacked event in San Francisco tomorrow.
The event begins at 19:00 GMT tomorrow, and as ever, Mirror Online will be keeping you updated with all the big announcements as they happen.