As for what we'll see, that is still very much speculation at this point. Samsung has also announced that the Galaxy Unpacked event for the launch of its Galaxy S10 series is scheduled for February 20.
With Samsung expected to unveil its next smartphone line in February, it's a little too close for comfort in terms of how close these benchmarks are appearing relative to when the phones will actually launch.
Tech savvy buffs can also watch the event on the company's website.
It's unclear what "E" in the Galaxy S10 E denotes. But a benchmark that popped up online this week seems to suggest that the S10 Lite will struggle to come close to its rival. The device comes with 6-inch Super AMOLED display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio.
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However, the confusion arises from the fact that the 8.1 succeeds the 7 Plus and not the excellent Nokia 8 from 2017. The phone is expected to be released next month at MWC 2019 alongside a number of other Nokia-branded devices.
Not only that, the one thing everyone is looking forward to is the full-screen display alongside with an oblong-shaped camera cutout at the top right corner. The Galaxy S packed a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, powerful GPU, 5-megapixel rear camera, etc. - all of which was cutting-edge technology then.
The pricing and availability of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series have been leaked before and according to that leak, the pricing will be higher than before. The three models are also likely to have varying size, specs as well as price.
Following the rollout of the Galaxy Unpacked event invites on Thursday, Samsung posted a blog post that highlights the developments of foldable and 5G smartphones. However, an official confirmation on this is still pending.
Frankly, from all indications, the Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be one of the biggest smartphone that will be released from Samsung.
Shifting from NY to San Francisco may be a sign that Samsung is trying to push its own developer partnerships, especially as it has struggled to make Bixby, its voice assistant, relevant this week at a CES trade show where Alexa and Google Assistant have dominated the space.