Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is getting all the attention right now. The Galaxy Note 9 is the high-powered successor to the Galaxy Note 8 and it’s one of the top devices on the market. If you’re in the hunt for a new smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9 should be near the top of your list.
There’s also a rumored Galaxy smartphone that might catch your eye. That device is the Samsung Galaxy S10, the rumored successor for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumors
Samsung Galaxy S10 rumors are starting to pickup as push into 2019.
According to Korean site The Bell, a publication that has a decent track record with Samsung rumored, the Galaxy S10 is codenamed “Beyond.” This information has been backed up by a well-known leaker in China.
The Galaxy S8 was known as “Dream” while the Galaxy S9 project was codenamed “Star” internally. The Galaxy Note 9 is reportedly known as “Crown.”
Thanks to internal testing, we also know the Galaxy S10 model numbers ahead of time. According to a report, two Galaxy S10 models are known as the SM-G970F and SM-G975F. Another rumored Galaxy S10 model is known as SM-G973F.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is in production. And now that plans are firming up we’re seeing a ton of hardware and software rumors trickle out.
Reports point to enhanced cameras, a new processor, faster wireless charging an improved fingerprint sensor, a 3D face-scanning, and large Infinity Displays with some notable upgrades. We’re also expecting 5G support for major cellular networks in the United States.
The Galaxy S10 release is still a few weeks away, but the upcoming flagship should be on your radar if you’re looking for a new device. That doesn’t necessarily mean you should wait for the Galaxy S10 to arrive though.
While some of you might want to hold out for Samsung’s upcoming announcements, others are better off buying another device before the next Galaxy S flagship arrives on shelves.
In this guide we’ll take you through some reasons to wait for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and some reasons why you might want to pass.
Wait Because the Galaxy S10 Launch is Close
If you aren’t in a rush, wait.
At this point it looks like most Galaxy S10 models will launch in early 2019.
Samsung’s confirmed a launch on February 20th in San Francisco and it’s there that we expect to learn all about Samsung’s plans for this year’s Galaxy.
Samsung’s partners are starting to tease the Galaxy S10 launch and they’re offering signups for those interesting in buying Samsung’s new flagship.
Gizmodo UK claims Galaxy S10 pre-orders will kick off on February 20th ahead of a global release date on March 8th.
If you don’t need a new smartphone today, and you’re interested in Samsung’s Next Big Thing, hang around until February.