Galaxy S10 release – Samsung may have just given fans the ultimate reason NOT to buy one

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The Galaxy S10 is almost here with Samsung revealing all in less than a week.

This all-new phone will be shown to the world on February 20 at joint Unpacked events in London and San Francisco.

All rumours and leaks suggest the S10 will arrive packing some decent upgrades which may include a fully edge-to-edge display, faster processor and triple rear camera.

An embedded fingerprint scanner under the display, reverse wireless charging and much bigger internal storage could also feature on this latest flagship.

Although the S10 looks like it could be a very good phone Samsung may also reveal something a lot more exciting at its big event.

And it could give fans a very tough choice to make.

Last year, Samsung gave a sneak peek of its next-generation devices which can fold in half.

Now it seems this clever bendable phone could be ready for consumers.

In a recent tweet, published by Samsung, the company revealed a short animation showing words bending around the screen.

The tag line then appears saying “The Future Unfolded” with the date of next week’s event then appearing.

The short clip has been viewed almost two million times and is clearly causing quite a stir across social media.

There’s no more details on this so-called Galaxy X device but if Samsung does reveal a phone that literally folds in half it could upstage the Galaxy S10.

We’ll bring you full details live from the event and it’s worth noting that the phones may not be the only products Samsung unveils next week.

GalaxyClub recently claimed source code for the new flagship’s teaser page in Russia hinted the firm could be planning to give away free Galaxy Bud headphones as a pre-order gift for the device.

Galaxy Buds are a pair of wireless music makers that have been rumoured to debut alongside the S10 on February 20.

TO back up this rumour, WinFuture recently showed off a leaked image of the buds in a charging case.

Moreover, the headphones were shown wirelessly charging on the back of an S10 device, suggesting the Samsung handset will be able to power other products that are placed on its rear.

Such a characteristic is similar to the functionality already offered by the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.

WinFuture claimed the Galaxy Buds could cost as much as €149 (£130.68).

The inclusion of the headphones could be used as an incentive for more Android fans to pre-order the S10.

Express.co.uk will be at Samsung’s Unpacked event and will bring you all the Galaxy news live as it happens.

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