Samsung has confirmed that the upcoming Galaxy S10 will be officially launched on the 20th of February. However there is the question of when will the phone be available for pre-order? Turns out pretty soon after the announcement, at least according to a tweet by Reza Naufal where a poster for the event revealed that pre-orders could begin on the 21st of February.


The image of the poster shows the phone will be announced on the 21st of February, but note that this is probably because the date is for Southeast Asia which is about a day ahead of Samsung’s Unpacked event. It also lists the pre-order date as the 22nd of February, which taking into consideration the time difference, means the 21st of February for those living stateside.

No word on pricing just yet, although if previously leaked pricing is any indication, the phones will not come cheap, not even the alleged budget model. In fact the rumors of a 1TB Galaxy S10+ model are saying that it will be downright expensive, so maybe now it’s a good time to start saving up your money for it.

The rumors are claiming that we can expect at least three variations of the Galaxy S10, where one will be the budget/lite model, while the other will be the regular version of the Galaxy S10, and the other will be the Galaxy S10+. There are rumors of a 5G Galaxy S10, but whether or not we’ll see that announced is unclear.

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