Samsung Unpacked 2019 will kick off Wednesday, February 20, at 11am Pacific (2pm ET) in San Francisco. We’re going to hear all about Samsung’s Flagship lineup for 2019, which includes the Galaxy S10 in many variants.
We already have a huge post here outlining what to expect, but the highlight of the event will be the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. These devices are expected to bring a number of advancements to mainstream smartphones. They will be one of the first device families to feature the Snapdragon 855 SoC, Wi-Fi 6, and an ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint sensor. There’s also a slick new “hole punch” camera cutout in the display, along with slim bezels, which means the displays are getting even bigger.
We’re also getting way more than just the S10 and S10 Plus. There’s expected to be a cheaper version of the Galaxy S10 called the “Galaxy S10e,” and we might get a look at the upcoming 5G version. Samsung has also spent some time teasing that “The future of mobile will unfold” at the event, which means we’ll hear a bit more about the company’s upcoming foldable smartphone (the Galaxy F?).
We’ll be live at the event to bring you every big announcement as Samsung makes it. Be sure to tune in Wednesday for tons of coverage!
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