There have been several rumours and concept designs as to how the next Samsung Galaxy device will look like with many predicting and leaks confirming a punch-hole camera design. Yesterday, Samsung’s official Twitter account finally confirmed the Samsung Galaxy S10 Launch for the 20th of February 2019.
It has been well publicized the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will have a radical design and until now, there has been no official confirmation. Well, Samsung made an embarrassing mistake and revealed its design for the first time as spotted by a Reddit user. The design which has now been taken down and replaced was published in an official blog post with Samsung detailing its new One UI.
The Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and a new Galaxy S10 Lite are all expected to be unveiled at the February 20 Galaxy Unpacked event. The first time Samsung will not be launching the Galaxy models at the annual Mobile World Congress, MWC, event in Barcelona.
Not much is known yet about the Galaxy S10 Lite which could also possibly be named Galaxy S10 E, however, it is expected to lose many features found in the S10 and S10+ forcing fanatics to pay more for the flagships themselves. Stay tuned on February 20 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 launch.