Galaxy S10 will not be alone: ​​Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Watch Active, Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Tab S5e are confirmed

There’s really not much left to the Galaxy Unpacked, the event during which the new Samsung Galaxy S10 will be presented, but there is still space for many anticipations. The well-known leaker @evleaks stated that the Galaxy S10 will not be alone, alongside with it, the company will introduce a new wearable devices and a new tablet.

We start from the new wearables, which should be enriched with four products: a smartwatch, two smartbands and a pair of wireless headphones. The image below shows Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, which we talked about several times, the Samsung Galaxy Buds headphones already seen these days, and two smartbands, Samsung Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e, which received Bluetooth certification last month.

Galaxy wearables

In response to this anticipation Evan Blass has obviously intervened, who raised the ante by showing the first renderings of Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e, the tablet of which we had anticipated the existence and which apparently will be presented on February 20, in an event which promises to be full of novelties for all tastes.

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The images do not reveal very much, and show a rear camera that protrudes slightly from the rest of the body, which seems very thin, and the AKG logo, which suggests a collaboration for tuning the audio industry, as happened in the past.

The phone icon confirms at least the presence of a version equipped with LTE connectivity, detail also confirmed by the showy plastic inserts for the antennas.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e

It is worth to mention that we know almost everything about the models of the Samsung Galaxy S10 range now and in the last few hours we have a new report about what should be the dimensions of the various versions of new Galaxy series. In essence, it should be three rather compact and thin devices. For more, Please stay tuned.

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