A leak has reported the Samsung S10 series will launch on March 8, start at £669 and have up to 1TB of storage.
While previous rumors hinted that Samsung would reveal its new flagship smartphone (the so-called Galaxy S10) during or the day before MWC, we didn’t have a firm date. But a new leak has pegged the unveiling on February 20, suggests it’ll be available for preorder then, and will be formally released on March 8, according to a source who spoke to Gizmodo UK.
Today’s report also lays out specs and pricing. The leak affirms previous rumors of three total Galaxy S10 ‘Beyond’ handsets (Samsung’s internal name for the phone series, which the industry assumed would be called the S10). There’ll be a standard version, Plus version, and a cheaper model with a flat (non-curved) screen. (This is likely the more basic third model rumored elsewhere to be called the S10 Lite.)
The phone is said to come with the ‘Infinity-O’ hole for a front-facing camera in one corner, lending yet more credence to this heavily-rumored design feature.

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