Rumours surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S10 have recently started gaining traction. This is coupled with the rumours that Samsung’s fold-able smartphone will be undergoing mass production in the second half of the year. A veteran tipster has taken to Weibo and claimed that the Galaxy X will be revealed at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2019 while the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ will see the light of day at MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2019.
The Galaxy X is expected to be Samsung’s first foldable smartphone. If the tip is to be believed, an unveiling in January at CES allows Samsung to put the phone on the market starting February 2019. It will probably be a limited edition device retailing at a price high enough to drill a hole in your bank account. A previous report detailed a fold-able battery developed by Samsung SDI which might be a part of the Galaxy X.
On the other hand, there is barely any news regarding the next Samsung flagships, the Galaxy S10 and S10+. Samsung has previously taken the stage at MWC to unveil their next batch of smartphones so there is a high chance that they will unveil the S10 and S10+ at MWC 2019.
The 9 series of Samsung is yet to mark its completion since the Note 9 is yet to be unveiled. Slated for a 9th August release, the NOte 9 is supposed to borrow from its predecessor while at the same time bringing in tiny changes to better enhance the user experience. One such example is the repositioning of the fingerprint scanner. As far as earlier reports are concerned, the fingerprint scanner has been moved from the side of the dual cameras to below them, allowing for better accessibility. The Galaxy Tab 4 is another device that has yet to be made official. Rumours hint at an IFA 2018 launch.