A report by The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the development, states that Samsung is set to unveil its foldable phone at the February 20 event - alongside announcing the Galaxy S10.
It will be attended by some three thousand guests and a separate showcase event is scheduled for London.
With the battle hotting up, Samsung has announced Galaxy M series. The right corner of the screen is expected to have a "hole punch" instead of a notch which makes the display more spacious.
The base and the plus models also have ultrasonic sensors developed by Qualcomm that enable finger print recognition. By getting the launch away from MWC, Samsung gets to seize the day and keeps its announcement away from all of the expected carrier 5G announcements. The retailer also revealed that the S10 E would lack the in-display fingerprint sensor to keep its price within the target budget bracket.
However, rumors proved to be wrong as Samsung is heard to show off its new foldable device at the CES 2019.
Samsung Electronics' head of smartphone business Koh Dong-jin introduces Galaxy S9 and S9+ in February, 2018. The company's Galaxy S10 lineup has been detailed extensively in leaks, and it appears to be a real victor.
According to the rumor mill, all three variants will have a dual-camera setup on the back, though some reports claim the S10+ could get three rear cameras. But a benchmark that popped up online this week seems to suggest that the S10 Lite will struggle to come close to its rival.
Asides being the 10th-anniversary devices of the Galaxy-S series, the Galaxy S10 models will be the biggest device ever made by Samsung as they are laced with industry's latest innovations.
Talking about Galaxy S10 specs, the phone will most likely feature a 6.1-inch Ultra AMOLED display. So expect to pay top money for them. Other variants of the two devices have also received price drops as well.