There are three main Galaxy S10 variants, then there's the 5G version (or two), and then a completely unrelated foldable phone! Let's unpack the details.
Also on our show, Sony's 52-megapixel smartphone camera, LG's dual-wielding at MWC 2019 and the tussle with Apple, Google and Facebook this week.
A report from Korea, citing unnamed sources, claims that the Galaxy S10 mass production has started on January 25. There are more details within.
Samsung President and CEO Koh Dong-jin is confident that the upcoming Galaxy S10 and the foldable smartphone will meet consumer expectations
A tipster who has tapped an inside source claims that the branding for the entry-level S10 device won't be anything out of the box.
Meizu and vivo push their buttons. Also on our show, Motorola and Xiaomi are pushing foldables forward and a look to what we want at MWC 2019.
A rumor popped up according to which, similar to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, the Samsung Galaxy S10 line-up will feature reverse wireless charging.
We've had our inklings as to how the Galaxy S10 in all of its various forms would be priced out... and things have stayed on track for better or worse.
Not much of a difference, at least visually, with the Galaxy S10 and S10+, but the S10 E may look like a different smartphone.