Unfortunately, as the phone itself hasn't been shown off yet, let alone released, so we don't know the exact specifications with regard to form factor.
Samsung's foldable smartphone Galaxy F is already expected to be unveiled on February 20 with the Galaxy S10 flagship on the same stage. Do you usually put your phone into heavy duty cases like the ArmadilloTek Vanguard and thus would shy away from buying the Galaxy S10? All of the phones in the sale are unlocked and come with a 90-day Woot warranty. The phone itself appears to be placed in some sort of protective case that's meant to hide its design.
However, there is a cheaper Galaxy S10 Lite with a 5.8-inch FLAT screen coming too, which some buyers may be interested in.
With the launch of Galaxy M series getting closer, number of rumours about the same have also increased. While there is a slight possibility that the phone might feature an in-display fingerprint sensor, this is very unlikely to happen since the Galaxy M10 is an affordable, entry-level handset.
All models of the Galaxy S10 are expected to be powered by either Qualcomm's latest and greatest Snapdragon 855 chipset or Samsung's own Exynos 9820 processor depending on the region the phone is sold in. However, the in-display fingerprint is not necessarily a good thing for Samsung fans. They also mention that the in-display fingerprint reader works well, though facial recognition - which has apparently been improved significantly - is generally faster. The phone is further said to be backed by a 3400mAh battery.