Samsung Pushes Back Galaxy S10 Launch to February
Samsung’s product plans change from one day to another, as the company has reportedly decided to push back the launch of the Galaxy S10 from January to February.
This happens after the South Koreans originally decided moved the unveiling of its next Galaxy S flagship to the first month of 2019 in an attempt to compensate for the slow sales of the current models.
According to reports that are yet to be confirmed, Samsung now wants to bring its new foldable phone to the market before the S10, despite the original plan that scheduled launches to take place exactly the other way around.
This means there’s a good chance the foldable phone would see daylight at CES 2019 in Las Vegas in January, while the Galaxy S10 would go live just ahead of the MWC show in Barcelona a month later.
Three S10 configurations