Samsung unveils five Galaxy phones, including folding and 5G models

Samsung unveils five Galaxy phones, including folding and 5G models

The price is yet to be set, but Telstra announced at Unpacked that any Australian who purchases a Galaxy S10+ through the telco will be eligible to upgrade to the S10 5G when it releases at no extra cost. The 5G version of the Galaxy S10 (the most expensive) increases the size even more to 6.7-inches (still 1440p) with dual front-cameras. When it's opened, the Galaxy Fold boasts a 7.3-inch edge-to-edge display with a notch in the top right corner. There's no in-display fingerprint scanner either, with Samsung instead opting for a side-mounted capacitive sensor. The S10e has 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage with a 3,100mAh battery. Samsung isn't telling us pricing or release date information for the Galaxy S10 5G, but we should see those juicy details make an appearance as we approach the launch of 5G networks in countries like the US and South Korea.

If there was a Guinness World record for the most leaked phone, the Samsung Galaxy S10 would definitely win.

Samsung has boosted the storage on the S10 Plus to 1,000GB, expandable to 1.5tb with a card, making it the first phone to hold that much data.

South Korean smartphone giant Samsung unveiled its long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S10 on Wednesday, and bitcoin investors waited with breathless anticipation to learn whether the S10 would feature an integrated crypto wallet.

The first image in the gallery down below give you a glimpse of a hinge, and you also get to see the bottom of the phone, together with a loudspeaker and a Type-C USB port which are included down there, along with a microphone.

Samsung will present its new family of Galaxy S10 smartphones later today, and predictably will also show new details about its expected foldable smartphone. The Galaxy S10e is also a smaller phone with a 5.8-inch Full HD+ flat dynamic AMOLED.

There are two rather than three cameras on the back though, namely a 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide one and a 12MP variable aperture one - so it lacks the 12MP telephoto lens of its siblings. But if this ad is from Samsung, then the wait is technically over. The Galaxy Fit is a streamlined fitness band with features. smartwatch-like features. Supposedly its battery will last around a week as well, so you won't be charging it all the time.

Samsung Galaxy Buds also come in this very fetching shade of canary yellow as well as more staid grey and white options. Samsung says they get six hours of battery life on their own per charge, with an additional seven hours available through their charging case. Bixby, Samsung's Alexa/Siri-style AI is built in.

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