While earlier rumors suggested that Samsung would reveal its new flagship smartphone (the so-called Galaxy S10) during or before the MWC, we did not have a fixed date. But a new leak has agreed on disclosure on February 20, and proposes that it be available for pre-order then, and will formally be released March 8, according to a source that spoke to Gizmodo UK .
Today's report also contains specifications and prices. The leak confirms previous rumors about three total Galaxy S10 & Beyond & # 39; Handset (Samsung's internal name for the phone line, as the industry assumed, will be called S10). It will be a standard version, Plus version and a cheaper model with a flat (non-curved) display. (This is probably the more basic third model as rumor elsewhere to be called S1
The phone is said to come with the "Infinity-O" hole for a camera facing forward in one corner, lending even more credibility to this heavier rumored design function.
S10 is also believed to allow other devices wirelessly in a new feature called Powershare. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro was the first big phone we saw to exert this opportunity in 2018.
The leak also said that the S10 would have a fingerprint scanner on the screen, but it will be an ultrasound that plays Evan Blass previously reported .
Sizes and Specifications
The source told Gizmodo UK that the size of the three S10 smartphones will be: a 5.8-inch screen for the S10 Lite, a 6.1-inch screen for the S10 and a 6.4-inch display for the S10 Plus. This is in line with the goals leaked by Blass last week.
But wait, there's more: according to the leak, here are the storage sizes and prices for each of the three Galaxy S10 models.
The 5.8-inch S10 will have 128GB of storage and sell for 669 GBP. It's around $ 845 via currency conversion at the time of publication, but Samsung often prices its models lower in other countries and chose instead to increase it a percentage from the latest model, T3 pointed out.
Standard S10 (Curved Display) comes in either 128GB or 512GB of storage for £ 799 and £ 999 respectively (which T3 is estimated at $ 720 and $ 840 based on expected price increases from S9).  The S10 Plus comes in either 128GB, 512GB or 1TB, but expects to really pay for that storage: The large model will allegedly be priced at £ 899, £ 1,099 and £ 1,399.
The leak does not describe RAM or which processor as the S10 would run, but as for the latter, it's almost certain that the phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 855, not yet delivered.
Finally, it's the big question for phones in year: 5G. The source tells Gizmodo UK that the S10 does not support 5G at launch – and arrives early in the end of Q2.