Samsung Galaxy S10 release date revealed as February 20

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The Galaxy Unpacked event will start from 11 a.m. PT on February 20 and just like always, Samsung will be live streaming the event for fanboys and interested folks to follow.

The US smartphone maker is presumed to be thinking of a device that folds both inwards and outwards in comparison with Samsung's inwards-folding one, the patent showed. The most exciting product by Samsung was the 98-inch 8K QLED TV which is the biggest 8K TV by Samsung, surpassing last year's 85-inch 8K TV. The company also spoke about its new AI-powered robotics platform aimed at helping people -such as the elderly- manage activities of daily living. We will have more details about the handset when it is made official at Mobile World Congress 2019 next month. The 98-inch technology marvel supports HDMI 2.1 and is able to upscale the content to take advantage of extra pixels. Samsung unveiled its new, 49-inch "CRG9 gaming monitor" while optimizing it with gamers' needs in mind.

Meanwhile, due to the minute intricacies of its design, the foldable Galaxy Flex device would most likely pack a little more punch and come along with two separate 3,100mAh battery units.

In 2019, with the new Family Board, a communal screen that family members can interact with in a personalized way, Family Hub helps foster true family connection, food management, and a connected home experience in today's fast-paced modern world.

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In 2019, a whole new line of PCs are ready to be deployed.

They quote Suzanne de Silva, Samsung's director of Product Strategy and Marketing, that the phone is set to be released in the first half of 2019. Furthermore, the South Korean giant also introduced a gaming laptop, "Notebook Odyssey" which has a GeForce RTX card. The hype will be crazier than ever, while we'll also see the largest display we've ever seen in the S series before, but without much increase to the overall size of the phone.

The interface has been completely redesigned from the ground up.

Many things about the foldable phone are still unknown, including pricing, specs, and even its final look.

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