Putting rest to all rumours, Samsung has finally confirmed that its next flagship - the Galaxy S10 - will be unveiled at an event in San Francisco on February 20.
The first teaser from the South Korean giant is out and it gives out quite the blatant hint with the number 10 etched across it. However, there is not that subtle a hint about the phone having a foldable form factor.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the company's tenth-generation smartphone model, and like Apple, it would want to keep things extremely special. We have been expecting a 5G-enabled variant of the Galaxy S10, and could also now expect a premium variant that folds down the middle.
This isn't exactly breaking news, though. Samsung did tease its foldable device design back in November last year, and didn't confirm anything about the device. Thus, it could be a Galaxy S10 variant or another product line - rumoured to be called Galaxy Fold.
All this and more will be revealed closer to the event next month. Samsung might just unveil the regular Galaxy S10 variants in the US and keep the foldable variant for MWC 2019, scheduled between February 25-28. This is all speculation, however, and Samsung is the only one who actually know what will happen.
The company has done a great job keeping things under the wraps for now, but Killer Features will try to get as much information as possible to keep you updated on the latest.