EE now lets you register for updates on the Samsung Galaxy S10

Doris Richards
January 11, 2019

Samsung had famously held off from adding a notch design camera in the Galaxy S9. There has been lots of speculation about the direction Samsung may go with their flagship this year.

Leaker Evan Blass posted on Twitter an alleged live photo of the Galaxy S10, with the mysterious codename "Beyond 1".

The Galaxy S10 series will feature an entirely new design that is nearly all screen on the front side.

The S10 is rumoured to be the stamp to the hole-punch on flagships. The bezels above and below Samsung's gorgeous Super AMOLED displays have been dramatically reduced, and small holes will be cut out of the screen itself to make room for front-facing cameras.


Samsung's new Galaxy S10 series is expected to debut in late February. Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone will be featuring an ability to wirelessly charge compatible handsets and other Samsung wearables.

This feature is not new in the smartphone world, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro launched a year ago with this feature. Many manufacturers will unveil bleeding edge devices that will set the trend for this year. The Galaxy S10 will also most likely be releasing in a couple of months, on March at the Mobile World Congress.

In the pics below, we can see how fantastic the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 looks, as it's boasting some very cool color schemes, such as red, gold, silver, black, and blue. Also, the 5G variant is expected to launch in South Korea and North America only as of now while there is an Exynos 9820 counterpart of all Galaxy S10 devices as well. No worries if you can't be faffed, T3 will have everything you need to know about the new smartphone.

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