Samsung’s hotly-anticipated Galaxy S10+ smartphone has been subject to all sorts of rumors. The purported handset has also been making multiple appearances in the form of leaks.
Keeping in line with that, Evan Blass recently took to his Twitter handle (@evleaks) to share a banner photo.
Aside from that, the renowned phone leaker also tweeted a render of the Galaxy S10+ smartphone.
So yeah, looks like that’s definitely happening… [Thanks, tipster!] pic.twitter.com/CQ0nxrAGh2
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 11, 2019
If recently surfaced reports prove to be true, the tweeted image could be a photo of the banner that will be hung up during the Galaxy S10 series launch event.
There’s hearsay that Samsung is gearing up to launch its long-awaited foldable phone, bearing a Galaxy F or Galaxy Flex moniker, along with the Galaxy S10 series next week.
Samsung has posted a video teaser on its official YouTube channel. The 27-second clip comprises text that reads “the future of mobile will unfold on February 20, 2019.”
Moreover, the video teaser shows folded screen animations and comprises the words “The Future Unfolds,” hinting that Samsung foldable phone could be just around the corner.
Much to the chagrin of those who have restlessly been waiting to get their hands on the foldable phone, the aforesaid teaser video does not spill the beans on the phone’s specifications, features or any other details.
It can be recalled that Samsung unveiled its Infinity Flex display along with a working prototype unit during its developer conference that took place in San Francisco last year.
The company exhibited a prototype device that converts into a big-screen tablet after being folded.
During the event, Samsung indicated that in 2019 it will make a consumer product sporting a flexible display available to the public.
Keeping the rest of the details under wraps, Samsung also confirmed that the mass production of this foldable screen equipped device will start in the coming months.