Galaxy S10 is believed to be debuting at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona.
The technology show will take place from February 25 to February 28.
Galaxy S10 is expected to enter at least three variants, a feature that would make a big difference to the Samsung tradition.
In addition to coming in standard and "+" variants, the Galaxy S10 is also expected to come in a more affordable version that delivers a few premium features in exchange for a lower
Bloomberg noted one of the biggest changes between the common The Galaxy S10 models and the cheaper option is that the latter does not want a Samsung curved display.
Instead, the cheaper S10 was said to come with a flat screen.
All models of Galaxy S1
Most interesting, however, it has been heavily rumored that the Galaxy S10 will have a clip in the panel for my ts front-facing camera.
That means some models of the device may look like the shape of the Galaxy A8s recently revealed by the South Korean tech giant.
However, the Galaxy S10 + has been tipped for having dual
And although the function of the secondary lens has not been discussed, it can provide wide angle functionality.
Noticeable toys Evan Blass recently discussed the alleged screen sizes of the three current Galaxy S10 models.
He noticed the cheaper handset "Galaxy S10 Lite", even though the name or existence of the device has not been confirmed by Samsung.
Blass stated that S10 Lite comes with a 5.8-inch display while S10 and S10 + will come with 6.1 and 6.4-inch panels, respectively.
Furthermore, Gizmodo has also discussed expected prices and storage variants of each S10 model.
• Galaxy S10 Lite, 128GB storage – £ 669
• Galaxy S10, 128GB storage – £ 799
• Galaxy S10, 512GB storage – £ 999
• Galaxy S10 +, 128GB – £ 899
• Galaxy S10 +, 512GB – £ 1,099
• Galaxy S10 +, 1TB Storage – £ 1,399
Some models of Galaxy S10 have been rumored to come with three cameras on the back side.
Evan Blass emphasized that the function of each could be similar to that currently offered on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.  That's because he said some models of the S10 come with a standard lens that is accompanied by a wide-angle and telephone sensor.
The Wall Street Journal has insisted that a fourth model of the Galaxy S10 is also being developed with a giant 6.7-inch screen, six cameras and capable of delivering fans 5G network speeds.
The output also said that the phone is also capable of wireless charging of other devices located on the back, just like the Mate 20 Pro.
The price of this device is currently unknown.  Rygger has been warming up the last few months on the Galaxy S10, so expect more leaks to appear in the weeks leading to the launch of the phone.
Although speculation about the device is incredibly tempting, Samsung fans must wait until February to see what the handset really has in store.