Galaxy S10+ banner

Whether it will be used in stores, on the streets, or at the actual launch event is unknown, and it doesn’t even matter. The image you see above, courtesy of Evan Blass, is allegedly a banner, most probably a promotional one. It follows the same design theme as the official invite and other press materials we’ve seen leaked.

Aside from confirming — once again, in case you needed it — that there will be a Galaxy S10+, and how it will look, it doesn’t bring anything new to the table. We’re seeing a device with minimal bezels, the cutout for the double front-facing camera, the curved edges on the display, and the charging port, speaker, microphone, and 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom.

February 20 is when Samsung will officially unveil the line-up. It will consist of three models: Galaxy S10e (5.8-inch), Galaxy S10 (6.1-inch), and Galaxy S10+ (6.4-inch). The company already confirmed that the foldable Galaxy F or Galaxy Fold will also take the stage, and we expect the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active to make an appearance as well.

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