No, Samsung Isn't Changing the Name of the Galaxy S10

Angelica Greene
January 13, 2019

That gradient could have something to do with reports that the handset could come with a gradient finish to add some additional design flair.

It's still unclear if Apple's 2019 iPhone lineup will help right the ship, but we know without a doubt that Samsung has put the work in to turn things around this year.

Over the months, we have seen loads of rumors and leaks for the upcoming member in the Samsung Galaxy S series - the Galaxy S10.

However, the company has updated the article with a new image.

Samsung sent out press invitations for an Unpacked event taking place in San Francisco yesterday, putting to bed claims the hardware could be shown off at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. The Galaxy S10 has been suggested numerous times over the web revealing the variants and some key specifications which this lineup will include. Besides, a blog post was also shared on Samsung's official site which said that the event's live streaming would be available through the site.

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One of the prevailing story lines that we've been covering in depth over the past several weeks has been the array of smartphones Samsung is expected to launch in just a few weeks.

Samsung confirmed this morning that it will announce the Galaxy S10 on February 20.

At the event, Samsung is also likely to launch the Galaxy S10 5G version. According to the company, the phone to be announced on Wednesday February 20 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. This would make Galaxy M20 the first Samsung smartphone with a 5,000mAh battery. Samsung might also launch its Samsung Galaxy F foldable smartphone at the event as well. Now, more Galaxy A8 (2018) units have been spotted running Android 9.0 Pie on Geekbench.

Display innovation continued with the Samsung T100 – the first phone with an Active Matrix display.

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