The countdown to a new Samsung smartphone has begun. The anticipation is high as the electronics giant is holding a February 20 press event in San Francisco, where the manufacturer will unveil the Samsung Galaxy S10. While rumors and leaks are around we come across another teaser that hints us that it is about to unfold the future foldable phone; Samsung Galaxy S10.
The video released draws a foldable phone saying “the future unfolds.” An indeed major highlight for the new S10 lineup models.
Recently, the Samsung Galaxy S10 has been spotted on GeekBench with its Exynos 9820 variant for South Korea, and there are notable differences with the previously seen results from the S10+ in Snapdragon 855 trim. The current Kirin 980 and Snapdragon 845 is no match for the next-gen Exynos. In fact, the older Exynos 9810 gets closest, posting single-core results upwards of 3600 and into the high 3700s under the right conditions.
Alongside, other leaks render to show the front of Samsung's Galaxy S10 showing off three variants. The S10 is said to measure at about 5.8-inches with the Plus stepping up to 6.4-inches. The Plus seems to have a double-hole punch up front, while the rear cameras have different multiple-lens alignment and count than the quad-camera Galaxy A9 that Samsung released last year.
Apparently, the biggest highlight by Weibo; the video teaser suggests unfolding a future foldable phone. To know more about this we definitely need to wait until February 20 when the company is expected to meet at an event just ahead of Mobile World Congress 2019.