Recently, Samsung has slashed the price of its last year's flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 8 in India. Samsung has also announced that the Galaxy Unpacked event for the launch of its Galaxy S10 series is scheduled for February 20. Once again, the theory is that we'll once again be getting a "Lite" version of the Galaxy S flagship but we'll have to wait for next month to see what Samsung has in store for us. We also might get another preview of the "Galaxy Fold" foldable smartphone during the event, so be sure to mark your calendar.
There's more of Samsung's history here, all of which cleared the path to the upcoming Galaxy S10.
Meanwhile, Samsung's article on One UI accidentally revealed Galaxy S10 design. The rumours have it that Samsung will unveil three variants of Galaxy S10 - S10 Lite, S10 and S10 Plus. The launch event will also be live-streamed on Samsung's official website. According to sources, Galaxy M20 will come with a massive 5,000mAh battery and feature dual rear cameras.
In our review of the Galaxy A7, we said the phone offers a stunning AMOLED display and a decent triple camera system of which the wide-angle lens is the most appealing. Late a year ago the company announced its plans for a foldable phone the next step after curved screens.
Coming towards the foldable model, Samsung showcased at its developer conference past year that it is developing an Infinity Flex Display panel for its upcoming handset. The two high-end models are expected to be equipped with Qualcomm's ultrasonic wave-based fingerprint recognition sensors, which can recognize fingerprints even when they are covered with water or soil. Samsung, however, looks set to adopt and implement the tech on the Galaxy S10. The company claims that both the cameras come with optical image stabilisation.