Samsung Galaxy Fit is coming tonight but we don't know the features yet. It might be available in two variants: Standard and E, which could be a running edition fitness band to compete with rivals.
Samsung's much-rumoured Galaxy Watch Active is expected to succeed the Gear Sport, and it will reportedly run One UI. According to leaked renders, it will bring in new watch faces and fitness tracking features. Other expected features include support for auto continuous heart-rate monitoring and new exercise forms.
Samsung Galaxy Buds wireless earbuds will reportedly feature fast wireless charging (9W) and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. Samsung is also expected to bundle a pair of free Galaxy Buds with the Galaxy S10 for early-bird pre-orders.
Perhaps the biggest attraction of the Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED event has to be the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which could mark Samsung's debut in the foldable smartphone segment. Samsung had intially showcased the foldable phone concept at its annual developers conference last year.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ reportedly support wireless charging. Therefore, you can wirelessly charge the handset without having to worry about the charging brick or cable. Infact, it also supports reverse charging mechanism. As a result, you can also charge the Galaxy Buds wireless earphones.
According to a leaked video, a fingerprint reader has returned to the front, in an all-new avatar. Both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ feature in-display fingerprint reader that goes behind the display, similar to OnePlus 6T and many other Chinese phones out there.
Much like last year's, Samsung seems to have retained a 3.5mm headphone jack on the Galaxy S10 and S10+. Therefore, customers purchasing these phones may not need to worry about extra dongles or wireless headphones. They could simply connect their wired headphones to a 3.5mm audio jack.
Samsung has reportedly done away with dual camera rear cameras and instead opted for a triple-rear camera system. Both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ feature triple-camera unit on the rear, making enough room for a telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom and an ultra-wide sensor.
Both the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ are expected to feature punch-hole selfie camera embedded inside the display. According to a leaked hands-on video, Samsung Galaxy S10 features a single front-facing camera for selfies and video calls whereas the Galaxy S10+ has two selfie camera sensors that go behind the screen.
According to a leaked video, one of the most obvious differences come in the form of screen size. It shows Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a bigger 6.4-inch screen whereas the S10, on the other hand, you get a 6.1-inch display. Therefore, you will end up paying some extra money for the Samsung Galaxy S10+.
In what could be perhaps the biggest leak ever, we have heard pretty much everything about the design of Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+. A leaked hands-on video reveals what to expect and how the Galaxy S10 differs from the S10+.
As for other leaked specs of Samsung Galaxy S10E, it is expected to feature similar internals including the SoC as Galaxy S10 and S10+. It will reportedly pack 8 gigs of RAM and 256 gigs of storage under the hood. It is also said to retain Samsung’s new Infinity-O notch display, much like the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ and a punch-hole selfie camera.
The affordability of Samsung Galaxy S10 could essentially be the result of compromises. It is said to feature a smaller 5.8-inch screen and a physical fingerprint reader. Infact, the power button could act as a fingerprint scanner. Samsung Galaxy S10E is said to feature dual rear cameras and 3,100mAh battery.
Apart from the cost fact that could make Samsung Galaxy S10E cheaper than its older siblings Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+, the Galaxy S10E is also said to provide users with a variety of colour options.
Samsung Galaxy S10E could bring “premium fun for everyone,” which essentially supports the previous rumour that it could be an answer to Apple iPhone XR.
One of the important announcements during the keynote tonight could emerge in the form of Samsung Galaxy S10E, which should be Samsung's take on Apple iPhone XR. Unlike its older siblings, the Galaxy S10E is said to cost less than the Galaxy S10 or S10+.
Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10E during the event. Apart from the standard S10, Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10+, which is going to be the most expensive variant from the entire series. The S10E, on the other hand, will be comparatively cheaper.
The livestream of Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED event will be accessible over at the official Samsung.com (global) and Samsung.com/in (India) websites, in addition to Samsung Newsroom and Samsung Mobile Press. Additionally, you can tune into official Samsung social media channels.