A new leak shows Samsung's two new flagship phones, complete with flatter displays, punch holes and a 3.5mm jack for poking fun of the iPhone.
Another leaked image reportedly of the Galaxy S10+ gives us another look at the punch-hole design reportedly planned for the new phone's front cameras.
Samsung's Galaxy S10 will have a virtual fingerprint sensor. But it might not work the way you want.
At last, after months of leaks and speculation, we get a real clear peek into Samsung’s next flagship.
A report out of Korea suggests that Samsung will release a "superphone" version of the Galaxy S10. And with 5G connectivity, a half-dozen cameras and other high-end features, it certainly won't be cheap.
We've been hearing that Samsung is working on a 5G-capable Galaxy S10 for a while now. But we didn't know it could be exclusive to one carrier, at least for a limited time.
The stakes are high as Samsung prepares to release the Galaxy S10 at a February 20 event. Here’s how the company can regain its smartphone mojo.
Samsung has sent out invitations for its Unpacked 2019 event, where the company is expected to announce three new Galaxy S10 phones.
Samsung's 5G Galaxy S10 and folding Galaxy F could have massive batteries topping 5000mAh, according to reports.
Samsung quietly displayed a prototype 5G phone at CES 2019, and its design looks different than the one we've seen before.
The Samsung Galaxy F breaks if you fold it completely, said an industry exec who got to hold the phone at a secret CES 2019 meeting.
Samsung played it safe with the Galaxy S9. Here's how we're hoping the Galaxy S10 is different in 2019.
Samsung is said to be working on a new handset that will come with a virtual sensor. And it isn't Galaxy S10.