Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Samsung reveals Galaxy F launch date in Paris billboards

Samsung reveals Galaxy F launch date in Paris billboards

According to ETNews, the ultra-premium model will be called the Galaxy S10 X. The South Korean publication says this represents not only the tenth anniversary of the Galaxy S line (sound familiar?), but also two of Samsung's alleged buzzwords for the device - "eXperience" and "eXpansion".

For months, reports have suggested that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 - the successor to the Galaxy S9.

Samsung's next-gen smartphone lineup - which will reportedly consist of four distinct devices - will officially be unveiled at a special Unpacked event scheduled to take place in San Francisco on February 20.

But a simultaneous announcement of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F may result in the foldable Galaxy eating most of the S10 press. Will Samsung announce the availability of the Galaxy Home smart speaker? The good money is on Samsung releasing a whopping four smartphones at its Unpacked event on February 20, and now we might know a little more about the mysterious 5G model.

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It is widely expected that the show will centre on the upcoming Galaxy S10 and we expect the leaks about this smartphone to intensify in the coming weeks. However, a report claimed that Samsung will also unveil its much-awaited foldable smartphone at the event.

An early unveiling date means that the Galaxy S10 series will end up going on sale early as well.

In a blog post published Monday outlining the company's new One UI design, Samsung may have accidentally displayed the interface on the upcoming Galaxy S10 before its official release; yesterday, the images were swapped for those of a more generic-looking device. Announcements that may include foldable phones from other companies, if rumours and speculation are to be believed. After the Note 7, Samsung introduced an 8-point battery safety check for manufacturing so it's unlikely we'll see a repeat of those issues.

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