To demonstrate the new software design, Samsung uploaded a number of different images of an unspecified handset. Ahead of the event, Samsung has started drumming up support for the upcoming device, and in the process of doing so, the Korean firm has dropped a subtle hint that suggests the long-rumored Foldable phone might launch alongside the S10.
Such a device is expected to forgo some premium features in exchange for its more appealing price point.More news: 'Kingdom Hearts 3' Reveals Update Schedule, Day One Epilogue Patch Planned
Ice Universe, a well-renowned leaker, has also given its insights on Samsung's unpacked release.
A report from GF Securities claims the maxed-out Galaxy S10 will ship with a staggering 12GB of RAM and a gargantuan 1TB of internal storage. As spotted by redditor qgtx, the blog post that the company published on Monday showing off the new One UI design features was hastily updated three days later, changing what appeared to be the S10 into a generic model.
Numbers were present at the bottom of each that seemingly discussed the mAh capacity of each pack. Also, the unlocked versions of these phones aren't discounted.More news: 'Game of Thrones' sets official date for beginning of the end
The outlet also declared the device in question will have the ability to wirelessly charge other devices that sit on its rear, similar to the functionality now offered by the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Only on a few rare occasions has the company unveiled the handset at a separate Unpacked event. The battery life on both phones was quite decent offering all day battery life for most users.
Samsung Electronics Co. plans to unveil its 10th anniversary flagship phone lineup and show a fully functional foldable-screen handset at February 20 events in San Francisco and London, according to people familiar with the matter.
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