Full Samsung Galaxy S10 Hands-On Video Leaks Ahead of Official Launch

3 new Samsung devices just leaked through the company's app

Samsung Galaxy A50 full specs and render leak online

A separate leak also revealed full specifications of the Galaxy A50 which include Exynos 9610 SoC, up to 6 GB RAM, up to 128 GB storage, 6.4-inch Full-HD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-U display, Android Pie, and 4000 mAh battery. There will be a V-shaped notch on the display and will have minimum bezels on all the sides.

Samsung's M-series debuted in January with the Galaxy M10 and M20 that start at ₹7,990 and ₹10,990 respectively. Moving to the back, the device has a triple camera system as well as support for MST and comes with a MicroSD card slot.

Samsung Electronics Co on Friday announced that it plans to open three United States retail stores to promote its Galaxy line of smartphones as the South Korean giant sets to launch an updated flagship handset. Both phones have a triple camera setup featuring a primary, telephoto and ultra-wide angle snappers. Samsung has also spent some time teasing that "The future of mobile will unfold" at the event, which means we'll hear a bit more about the company's upcoming foldable smartphone (the Galaxy F?). Moreover, the device will feature USB Type-C as well as an in-display fingerprint scanner. Samsung's first Ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader doesn't work with screen protectors. The fact that the Galaxy S10 is being tipped to carry at least 6GB of RAM (up from 4GB on the Galaxy S9) should help boost speed and responsiveness even further.

Samsung's United States website last week opened a preorder page for the much-hyped premium phone ahead of an Unpacked event slated for February 20 in San Francisco. Very soon we will also see the brand launch a pop-up selfie camera smartphone in an affordable price range.

Samsung is planning to release a new smartwatch, a new fitness tracker, and new wireless earbuds, as confirmed by the company's Galaxy Wearables app and first spotted by SamCentral on Twitter. We will follow the February event minute by minute and provide updates.

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