Samsung has sent out an official invitation for the next new Galaxy S flagship. The large number 10 makes it clear that this is about the Samsung Galaxy S10. Whether Samsung will also announce its foldable smartphone, is still a long way to go.

Samsung is holding a press conference on 20 February and has invited the worldwide press with a clear message: 10. This is the 10th anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy S-series, with the Samsung Galaxy S10 as (likely) result.

A week before the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, the most important telecom fair of the year, Samsung wants to put everyone on the edge of their seats.

Four Galaxy S10 models

According to an earlier report by Bloomberg, we can expect three different Samsung Galaxy S10 models. The Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus get a fingerprint sensor in the screen and a hole in the screen for the selfie camera. There are also prototypes known without a headphone connection, but there is still too little known about them to draw conclusions.

In addition to the two top-of-the-range aircraft, a cheaper Galaxy S10 version would also appear on the market. Rumour has it that it doesn’t get a curved screen or fingerprint sensor in the screen.

Finally, a 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is also in the pipeline. However, there is a good chance that this will only be announced at MWC a week later, when 5G will be the main topic of discussion.

According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, Samsung would also announce its foldable smartphone on 20 February. By the end of 2018, the smartphone giant had already shown a prototype of the device with some specifications and the target price of 1,770 dollars. Nobody knows what the device will look like yet. The device shown was a prototype and appeared very dark on stage.

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