Early Launch Expected for the Samsung Galaxy S10 at CES 2019

Joanna Estrada
May 7, 2018

The news broke out courtesy of The Bell, which is a South Korean news outlet. Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to be launched in January, while the foldable Galaxy X will be featured at MWC 2019 in Barcelona.

Tech blog MSP has spotted the Galaxy S9 model (SM-G960F with Exynos 9810 chipset) with Android Oreo 8.1 on popular benchmarking site Geekbench, confirming Samsung is testing the new software on the device.

According to earlier leaks, the "jubilee" flagships Galaxy Galaxy S10 and S10+ are under the internal code name Beyond.

Not only Samsung but since a long time, Nokia and Motorola also have been using OLED display for their smartphones while Apple just previous year used the same feature in its iPhone X smartphone. Following the trend, it is also being said that the phone will be launched in MWC 2019.

Samsung's Galaxy S9 was launched on the eve of Mobile World Congress 2018. That is why the company is expected to launch the two phones - the foldable phone, which is rumoured to be called the Galaxy X and the Galaxy S10 with a month's gap. For example, Google offered this feature back in 2013 with its Nexus 4 smartphone while Samsung has already been passing through several years on wireless charging competition.

It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is distinguished from its new generation of the fact that he has much more powerful camera, a handy fingerprint scanner and a more powerful technical equipment.

According to the source, Samsung will introduce Galaxy S10 in January, as a result of "jubilee" is the flagship will be able to go to the beginning of 2019.

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