Samsung Galaxy S10 leak reveals launch date, price and more

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On the opposite end of the price spectrum, rumors also indicate the potential for a budget-priced Galaxy S10. Citing information received from a major tech retailer, Gizmodo UK has shared some key information on the pricing and released date of the Galaxy S10 series.

Samsung is also believed to be upping the ante by equipping its Galaxy S10 devices with more rear cameras. Meanwhile, Galaxy S10, that would feature a 6.1-inch display, could come with 128GB/512GB storage options, that are expected to have price tags of £799 (Rs 72,325 approximately.) and £999 (Rs 90,500 approximately.) respectively. Samsung has just unveiled a phone with this feature: the Galaxy A8. The event will be held on the 20th of February but the time of the event is still unknown.

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The Galaxy S10 Lite (SM-G70F) is expected to feature a flat 5.8-inch Super-AMOLED screen that will support an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 and Quad HD resolution. That matches up nearly exactly with what Apple did with the iPhone XS and XR this year, but in the case of the S10, the cheapest Lite version will also be the smallest size.

Either way, we won't have to wait long to find out what is true and what isn't, because Samsung will reportedly unveil its latest smartphones on February 20, with a full release scheduled for March 8. There will also be an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, which is much more secure than the regular 2D optical scanner. If so, we've got some good news for you, because we may now know the date on which Samsung will officially announce its next flagship smartphone. We doubt Samsung will put the selfie camera hole in the upper right corner, given it already made its way in the upper left side of the Galaxy A8s, but were always up for a treat. It has 3 rear cameras: a standard one, a telephoto lens, and one for bokeh. The app is also said to have a dedicated cryptocurrency wallet to allow users to view all their account information as well as transaction history. The Plus variant takes the insane up a notch, with storage options of 128GB, 512GB and 1TB (!) for a price of £899, £1099 and £1399 respectively.