Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 allegedly set to release in Jan 2019, foldable handset to debut at MWC

The latest report says that much-speculated Samsung‘s foldable handset may possibly be go official in February 2019 at MWC in Barcelona. It’s common to pick up news saying that Samsung probably will release their upcoming flagship handset prior to the expected timeline. Samsung released their Galaxy S9 flagship series in February at MWC this year. Last year, 29 March to be exact, they introduced their Galaxy S8 series to the public. Now, based on the current reports, Samsung Galaxy S10 is anticipated to unveil in January next year as one of its most envisioned foldable device might also be launched in the early stages of 2019(most probably at MWC).


According to the report from a South Korean website “The Bell”, Samsung has requested their material providers to begin delivering materials for their much-rumored foldable handset this November. The article also says that this device will be released at the beginning of 2019, most probably at the Mobile World Congress event, albeit that looks unusual. The firm is also allegedly planning to commence sourcing materials for their 10th-anniversary smartphone(S10) that is anticipated to carry lots of fresh aspects by this October.

If the foldable handset is set to be released in Barcelona, then we won’t see the unveiling of Galaxy S9 at MWC 2019 as Samsung wouldn’t prefer one device snatching the attention from the other. Current reports suggest that Samsung will probably release their Galaxy S10 at Consumer Electronics Show 2019 which will be held in Las Vegas. Another likelihood is that firm might throw a separate conference for the upcoming S-series smartphones. Still, It is way too early to be certain of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 release plans, So we recommend you to view this information with a bit of skepticism.

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