Samsung's Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F will be available in these colours

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With the Samsung Galaxy S10 on the way, the time is right.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the standard S10 series will have three handsets launching at MWC in February, codenamed Beyond 0, Beyond 1, and Beyond 2, and with display sizes ranging from 5.8- to 6.4-inches.

The latest leaks confirm that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be coming in Yellow, Green, White and Black color variants and every color options will not be available in all the markets.

This fantastic deal makes the two-year contract price for the Samsung S9 just £621.99 - the cheapest price we've ever seen it.

Samsung unveiled its powerful 8nm Exynos 9820 last week, which we know will headline at least one of the many Galaxy S10 models the firm has in the works.

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According to a new report from ET News (South Korean website), Samsung might bring the Galaxy S10 with a flat display. The real magic in smartphone imagery, it seems, might come from the upcoming Galaxy S10.

Either way, between this rumoured bunch of Galaxy S10s, the Galaxy Flex, a rumoured mid-range Pixel from Google, Nokia's 5-rear camera phone, and the rollout of mobile 5G, 2019 is already shaping up to be an incredibly interesting year for phones.

Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) has a 6.3-inch full HD+ Infinity display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. However, even with all those lenses, it's quite possible Nokia might steal the spotlight from Samsung with a still-unreleased handset featuring five rear cameras that appeared in leaked photos back in September. As you can see, the S10 will boast a true edge-to-edge "Infinity-O" display with no bezels or notches taking up screen real estate.

Also, WSJ notes that the foldable device should arrive in early 2019, but doesn't provide a specific release date.

While ordering devices from Samsung means that you can buy them with EIP or JOD, Samsung does offer its own financing option if you're interested. That may come as no surprise as the Note line pioneered the hand and pocket stretching "phablet" movement, and now nearly every smartphone made is larger than the original couple of Galaxy Note generations.

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