We are few hours away from witnessing Samsung's most awaited Unpacked 2019 event wherein the Korean smartphone maker will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of Galaxy S series. The company will be launching the new Galaxy S10 devices at the event alongside some wearable devices. Apart from Galaxy S10, Samsung's foldable smartphone is also expected to make debut at the very same event. As majority of details about Galaxy S10 are already known, Samsung is making serious efforts to keep things under wrap. Samsung Galaxy S10 Global Launch Today; Watch LIVE Telecast & Online Streaming of Samsung's Unpacked Event
With less than 6 hours from the official launch, some images of Samsung's foldable smartphone have been leaked online. Courtesy of SlashLeaks, the leaked images reveal that Samsung's foldable phone will be called as Galaxy Fold. The pictures also reveals that the phone will feature a large notch, which is believed to be the front camera. After Samsung & Apple, Microsoft Showing Curiosity for Foldable Device
These new leaked pictures are claimed to be renders rather than photographs and they look as if they may be part of Samsung's presentation that is scheduled for today. The company previously revealed a version of the foldable phone in November last year as a proof-of-concept. More details about the new Galaxy Fold are expected to be revealed at the event that is slated to start by 11 AM Pacific Time. Samsung is the only smartphone makers that has showcased the foldable phone prototype, whereas other smartphone manufacturers are still working on the idea. New Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy Buds Leaked TV Commercial Emerges Online Ahead of Unpacked Event 2019: Watch Video.
Coming to Samsung’s flagship smartphones, the company reportedly will be launching three version of the device – S10e, S10 and S10+. The unpacked event of Samsung is scheduled to start at 11 AM PDT on February 20, which is February 21 at 12.30 AM IST. The launch event will also be broadcasted from the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. You can watch the launch event here.