Samsung's next Unpacked event is set for February 20th, and while the Korean electronics giant did not announce the new Galaxy S10, past history and a lot of not-so-
To spice things up even more, since 2018 what a little lackluster year for samsung, rumors suggest that we could see a lot more than a couple new phones on February 20th, which makes this unpacked more important than ever. Samsung Unpacked 201
Models: At least three new Galaxy S10s (and maybe a couple more)
The Galaxy S10E, the standard S10 Galaxy, and the up-sized Galaxy S10 +.
The new entry is Galaxy S10E, where the "E" reportedly stands for Essential with Samsung positioning the S10E as a sort of more affordable Galaxy S10 that eschews fancy extras like rounded glass sides, to in-screen fingerprint reader,
Meanwhile, the S10 and S10 + wants to get their normal roles as the medium and large options in Samsung's portfolio. Galaxy S10 variant in the Galaxy S10X, which wants to offer top-of-the-line specs and a 5G-ready modem
Design: The hole-punch camera goes mainstream
Samsung's flagship phones have been centered around curvy glass panels in front and behind by a thin strip of aluminum, and on the S10, that does not seem to be changing. However, Samsung has come up with something new to make sure people can still take selfies.
So for 2019 Galaxy A8S, after testing out the concept on the mid-range Galaxy, Samsung looks to be bringing its hole-punch camera to the Galaxy S10 as well. The main difference between a notch and a hole-punch camera is shown in the left part of the page. That gives it a place to go. The camera will go on and on
Ice Universe one of the most interesting features of the hole-punch camera. You can simply activate the selfie cam by putting your finger over the camera and dragging downwards. It's a neat trick, though if you're the kind of person that worries about smudging your camera lens, you may want to skip doing that before snapping a pic.
 The other main upgrades to the Galaxy S10 are the addition of a standard, wide-angle, and telephoto lenses, and the elimination of a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Instead, the Galaxy S10 wants feature on in-screen fingerprint reader like we've seen on the OnePlus 6T and others.
As for the Galaxy 10E, since it will not have an in
Specs: Modest upgrades, bigger batteries, and reverse wireless charging
Depending on how much you're willing to You should buy a Galaxy S10 with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. But that's overkill for pretty much everyone. On more down-to-earth configs, the Galaxy S10 would like to offer a moderate spec bump over the S9 thanks to its new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor (or Exynos 9820 processor depending on your region), between 4GB and 8GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.
What are the minor features included on the Galaxy S10 such as reverse wireless charging and the retention of the mobile headphone jack . Samsung wants to reportedly go back to the Galaxy S8 with the front-mounted iris sensor found on Galaxy S phones.
The Universe claiming the phone will measure less than 8mm thick, the S10 + will feature A 4,100 mAh battery, which is 15 percent larger than the 3,500 mAh battery in the S9 +.
Infinity Flex Display: What about Samsung's bendy phone?
In case you were wondering what happened to Samsung's flexible phone after the company teased it last fall, fear not, because Samsung posted a video claiming that "the future will unfold on February 20th."
Unfortunately, there has not been been a lot of new info about the Galaxy F since its initial tease. So aside from Samsung already confirming that the device has unfolds to 7.3-inches in addition to a secondary "cover screen" on the exterior of the device, there's not much else to say about the Galaxy F now.  Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Watch
As for non-phone devices, Samsung's Unpacked event could not handle Samsung's wireless earbuds, which is reportedly a sleeker take on Samsung's current flagship smartwatch.
The former comes at a critical time, as Apple has already swept the market with its own wireless earbuds, so Samsung is looking to improve on the current Gear IconX buds by adding Bluetooth 5 connectivity, 8GB of on-board storage, and a case with built-in wireless charging.
 Meanwhile, the rumored Galaxy Sports s Hould help flesh out Samsung's wearable line with Tizen OS. However, the main rumors we've seen about Samsung's trademark rotating bezels, which does not seem like a bad move, so calls the veracity of the leaks into question.
Expected price and availability
Spotted in Indonesia, pre-orders for the new Galaxy S10 are expected to start the day after the Unpacked event on February 21st, with orders to ship out sometime in mid-March. According to info allegedly from the Netherlands prices for the S10E, S10 and S10 + will start at 750 euros, 900 euros, and 1,000 euros respectively.
That said, when you translate those figures into US dollars, prices feel a little steep, with the S10E going for around $ 850. Thankfully, Gizmodo UK reported more reasonable pricing for the Galaxy S10 line with the S10E starting at 670 euros, and it is not much based on previous Galaxy launch prices in the US to the $ 750, $ 850, and $ 950 or $ 1,000 for the Galaxy S10 trio.
As for the Galaxy S10X and the Galaxy F, the puzzles of the $ 1,500 to $ 1,700 range are all due to S10X's pricey 5G-ready modem, and the Galaxy F's bendable screen. In short, these two devices will be used for a typical buyer.
But with so much info based on rumors and leaks, there's always room for some day-of-surprises. How to check back for Gizmodo on February 20th Samsung Unpacked 2019 covers all the new Galaxy devices.