Samsung Galaxy S10 : How to Live Stream the Galaxy Fold Event

Samsung Galaxy S10 Livestream

Samsung Galaxy S10: How to Live Stream the Galaxy Fold Event

Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone fans await a trio of new phones from Samsung at the 2019 Galaxy Unpacked event today, eyes will soon be turning to what could be the Korean company’s next innovation – a folding smartphone known as the Samsung Galaxy X.

Samsung is skipping MWC and instead of announcing the Galaxy S10 – one of the most anticipated phones of 2019 – at its own launch event today, February 20, and we’re expecting to hear lots about new Samsung devices there.

Still, Samsung could always spring a surprise or two on us, not just with the Galaxy S10’s features but with other products that could be announced on Feb. 20. Of course, teaser videos hinting at a folding phone are taking away some of the suspense there, too, especially now that we know what Samsung’s going to call its flexible handset.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Livestream

Samsung’s S10 launch will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 20 in San Francisco. The event gets underway at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT.

Samsung is set to host its Unpacked event on YouTube and you can watch it at the top of this page.

If you end up turning into this week’s Galaxy Unpacked, what are you going to see? Here’s a rundown of the likely candidates.

Galaxy S10: Let’s get the obvious one out of the way first. Samsung announces the new additions to its Galaxy S lineup this time of year, so this is going to be our first introduction to the Galaxy S10.

We’re expecting three phones — the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10, 6.4-inch Galaxy S10+, and 5.8-inch Galaxy S10E. The first two phones are expected to have in-display fingerprint sensors and three rear cameras; the entry-level S10E will go with a flat display and move its fingerprint reader to the side of the phone while offering just two rear cameras. That’s all in the name of offering a phone with a lower price tag.

Speaking of price, that’s likely to be the biggest revelation about the S10 at the Feb. 20 event. Rumors have the S10E coming in at around the same price as last year’s S9, which debuted at $720, while the S10 and S10+ look to have prices in the iPhone XS/XS Max range. A Samsung promotion that lets you reserve your phone order now has already confirmed that the new phones will ship March 8.

Expect more details on a special edition of the Galaxy S10+ that could boost onboard storage to 1TB and offer six cameras — four on the back and two up front. That phone’s likely to have a later release date than the other S10 models.


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