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Samsung Galaxy S10 Launch Date Confirmed; Here’s How To Watch The Live Stream

Samsung Galaxy S10 Launch

The rumor mill has been churning out all sorts of speculations around Samsung’s long-awaited Galaxy S10 smartphone.

The Galaxy S10 smartphone has been making several appearances online in the form of leaks, but we finally know exactly when the South Korean handset maker will unveil the Galaxy-branded phone. While still keeping specifics under wraps, Samsung has started sending out invites for an impending Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event.

Despite the lack of an official confirmation, there’s hearsay that Samsung will take the wraps off the Galaxy S10. The event is slated to take place in San Francisco on Wednesday, February 20th. If rumors making the rounds online are anything to go by, Samsung could announce the Galaxy S series phones that comprise the Galaxy S10, S10+, S10 Lite, and a 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 model.

As Samsung fans go berserk over the possibility of the Galaxy S series finally seeing the light of the day, multiple other reports indicate that Samsung will also be announcing its foldable phone that could bear a Galaxy Fold or Galaxy F moniker.

Breaking from the tradition of only launching brand new smartphones at its Unpacked events, Samsung will not only unveil the Galaxy S9 successor but will also announce the 10th anniversary Galaxy phone. It can be recalled that the Galaxy S9 series was launched at the MWC (Mobile World Congress).

Back in November 2018 during its annual developer event, Samsung teased its long-rumored foldable phone. The company even showcased the design of this phone in a restricted meeting at CES 2019 earlier this week. The Galaxy Unpacked event will be streamed live on the company’s official website at 11 am PT on February 20. For those interested in watching it in India can visit this link on February 21st at 12:30 am IST.

In addition to showing the date and time of the event, the formal invite has a number 10 that splits horizontally. The line that divides the numbers into two parts features two curved-edge devices that are placed next to each other. Do you think this is an indication of Samsung being hard at works on at least two Galaxy S10 variants? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

Samsung unpacked event live stream link: https://news.samsung.com/global/invitation-samsung-galaxy-unpacked-2019

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