Samsung Galaxy S10

The Galaxy S10 is now official, launching at an Unpacked press conference ahead of MWC on 20 February. It was announced alongside the cheaper S10e and top-end S10 Plus, with a 5G version also promised.

The S10 is available to pre-order now (see the best deals) and goes on sale on 8 March. Those who pre-order before 7 March will get a free pair of wireless Galaxy Buds.

The 10th smartphone in the series, the S10 is quite the upgrade over its predecessor. The screen now occupies 93% of the front surface of the device, with a new Dynamic OLED Infinity-O panel using a punch-hole style notch for the 20Mp selfie camera. Those screens are getting larger, too, with 5.8in, 6.1in and 6.4in displays.

All but the S10e integrate an in-display fingerprint sensor, and run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or Samsung’s own Exynos 9820 chip. There are more cameras, with two at the front of the S10 Plus and three (or even four in the 5G model) at the rear.

Storage and RAM options now go as high as 512GB and 12GB respectively, and there’s a microSD slot to add a further 512GB.

You can pre-register your interest now at Carphone Warehouse for the chance to win a £1,000 Currys/PC World gift card.

Read more about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 and see our hands-on review.

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