Samsung is keeping the 3.5mm headphone port, making it the only major phone manufacturer to do so.
Samsung unveiled the pliable display technology that will power the Galaxy Fold on-stage during its developer conference in November in San Francisco. However, there is a lot we don't know about Samsung's first foldable device which will also be announced tomorrow.
The S10 Plus is said to have a 6.4 inch display, compared to the S10's 6.1 inches. Previously, similar accessories released by Samsung came in the form of LED flip covers and the front was used to display essential information without exposing the phone, like the time and call information.
Next up is the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, which should make unlocking the Galaxy S10 a cinch, as the reader is built directly into the display.
Some rumors even claim that Samsung will announce its foldable smartphone during the Unpacked event, but that's not as likely, as the company probably does not want to remove the Galaxy S10 series from the spotlight.
It looks like the S10E will only get two cameras on the back, while the S10 and S10+ will have three. Galaxy S10+ feature dual 10-megapixel (f/1.9) and 8-megapixel (f/2.2) selfie cameras.
Samsung really hasn't been very good at keeping its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S10, under wraps. The smartphone will offer the same storage configurations and wireless charging like the Galaxy S10.
The high-end Galaxy S10+ could come with 12GB RAM and 1TB of onboard storage. For context, the 512GB version of the iPhone XS Max costs $1,449.
In fact, Samsung has hinted that it will reveal the Galaxy X during the Unpacked event as its teaser video is titled, "The future unfolds", and features folding text.