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Samsung to unveil the Galaxy S10 in February with sales starting in early March?

By Cookie Monster - on 14 Dec 2018, 12:08am

Samsung to unveil the Galaxy S10 in February with sales starting in early March?

A purported render of the Samsung Galaxy S10+. <br>Image source: @91Mobiles + @OnLeaks

Gizmodo UK claims to have exclusive information on the announcement date, release date, some of the specs and the price points of the upcoming Galaxy S10 lineup. 

According to the publication, a source at a major tech retailer said the Galaxy S10 lineup will be unveiled before Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 on 20 February. The Galaxy S10 lineup will be available for pre-order on the same day and retail availability will start from 8 March. 

The source also confirmed that there will be three Galaxy S10 models, one of which has a flat, non-curved display. The Galaxy S10 is said to come with Powershare, a feature that allows the phone to wirelessly charge other devices. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro also has a similar feature. 

As for the U.K prices, the flat Galaxy S10 model (128GB) is rumored to be priced at £669 (~S$1,211). The standard, curved variant will be available in 128GB and 512GB storage options, and priced at £799 (~S$1,384) and £999 (~S$1,731) respectively. The Galaxy S10+ is likely to come in three storage options: 128GB, 512GB and 1TB. It is priced at £899 (~S$1,557), £1,099 (~S$1,904) and £1,399 (~S$2,424) respectively.

Source: Gizmodo UK

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