The anniversary flagship smartphone of the Samsung’s Galaxy series, the Samsung Galaxy S10 would not roll out at MWC 2019 in Barcelona. But don’t worry, the South Korean giant tech company would still launch its Galaxy S10 flagship by late February in San Francisco and London.
According to some anonymous sources, familiar with the matter, cited by The Wall Street Journal, Samsung Galaxy S10 would roll out on February 20th, 2019, in San Francisco and London. That means the South Korean company won’t launch its 2019 flagship device at the MWC 2019 in Barcelona, between February 25th and February 28th.
However, it would not be the first time when Samsung ditches the MWC for its S series. It did the same a couple of years ago when Samsung Galaxy S8 launched. On the other hand, the Galaxy S9 series, as well as the older S7 one, rolled out during MWC.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Would Not Roll Out At MWC 2019 in Barcelona
According to some recent rumors and leaks, Samsung Galaxy S10 would come out in three variants – Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10 Lite. Othe rumors also talked about a fourth variant, dubbed as Samsung Galaxy S10 Special Edition which would come with 5G compatibility, larger screen, and many other features.
In other news, Samsung might also reveal its Galaxy F foldable smartphone on February 20th, along with the Samsung Galaxy S10, according to The Wall Street Journal. The South Korean company unveiled its folding smartphone in November, at its developer conference, and has kept the secrecy over the design of the upcoming Galaxy F.
Now, back on Samsung Galaxy S10 series, the device is, therefore, not going to roll out at MWC 2019 in Barcelona. Instead, the South Korean tech company decided to launch its 2019 flagship on February 20th in San Francisco and London.
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