A follow-up report in May said that Samsung was planning the Galaxy X announcement for next year's Mobile World Congress in February, with the Galaxy S10 to be unveiled a month earlier in January at CES 2019. Earlier reports claimed that it's the other way around and the S10 would be launched earlier than its predecessor. Now that mid-2018 is here and the expected release date is drawing near, new Chinese and Korean rumors concerning the specs of the Galaxy X emerge, presenting truly revolutionary technologies.
This contradicts reports that the Galaxy S10 will be unveiled first.
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The Galaxy S10 would then be unveiled at MWC 2019, according to the leaker.
The Galaxy X launch has been postponed for a few years, but it looks like it will finally be hitting the market next year.
Every major mobile phone maker is expected to come up with a foldable device in 2019, and latest rumors point out that Microsoft is nearly ready to unveil its model. It's possible the mid-sized Galaxy S10 could also come with the "super wide-angle" lens instead of the telephoto lens seen on the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9. It is not hard to imagine the reasons why Samsung is expected to experience a awful quarter, because according to analysts, the reason for the drop in profit is lackluster Galaxy S9 sales. It seems that the manufacturers are seeing the foldable smartphones as the next big thing and want to get on this trend as soon as they can.