Samsung is all set to host its next UNPACKED event in San Francisco on 20 February where the tech giant is expected to launch its foldable phone along with its next Galaxy flagship line-up, Galaxy S10. A new leaked image from Evan Bloss shows off three versions of the S10-lineup, Galaxy S10, S10+, and the S10 Lite.
So far, there have been various rumors speculating that the S10 will come in three variants: the S10 and the S10+ will have a curved OLED screen, punch hole display, and in-display fingerprint scanner, while the third counterpart of the series, the S10 Lite, will skip the in-display fingerprint scanner for a side-mounted scanner. The company is also rumored to being a 5G variant of the S10 line-up later this year.
The new leaks show the upcoming S10 line-up wrapped in clear cases, with S10 Lite on the left, S10 in the middle and the S10+ on the right. The S10 Lite has a dual camera setup at the back while the other two devices have a triple camera module. The S10+ also seems to have a dual camera setup at the front with a larger punch hole.
The launch of the Galaxy S10 line-up will mark 10 years of the Galaxy smartphones and to celebrate the milestone, Samsung might bring up some huge changes to its smartphones.
Apart from its flagship launch, Samsung is also expected to launch a budget series in India that is, according to the company, made with a focus on the millennials. Samsung is calling this budget lineup M-series and the series is compromised of three phones: Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30. All of the phones in the M-series are said to have an Infinity V notch display and huge batteries to facilitate power usage pf millennials.
Further, Samsung is also expected to launch the Galaxy F, the company’s first foldable phone.