Samsung Galaxy S10 event in 11 minutes



Samsung announced their new Galaxy S lineup with the new S10 and S10 Plus devices today. The company also unveiled the Galaxy Fold, its first foldable smartphone. This was a product Samsung had teased since last fall and worked on for years, with its first prototype dating back to 2012.

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47 Replies to “Samsung Galaxy S10 event in 11 minutes”

  1. jose mauras

    On behalf of all Apple fans around the world I would like to say thank you Samsung for this great new technology, it’s going to be magnificent, and better when we copy it lol

  2. Tony Tran

    Like my comment for

    Samsung galaxy vx
    Foldable.10 terabyte of storage.insane slow mo camera.lag free.screen covers 100percent of front screen . 700 megapixel camera rear and front.

    GUESS WHAT THIS IDEA WILL NEVER HAPPEN .SAMSUNG WILL NOT LISTEN TO MY OVER EXAGGERATING PHONE 🙁

  3. Antenox

    I hate how every gadget press conference needs to copy the Apple template so much, down to the precise intonation of the presenters.

  4. The Dominus

    my mom needs that 1.5T cause she keeps deleting her good photos on her old and slow iphone 6 because of "Full Storage" and she doesnt wanna pay for more

  5. Timothy L

    Video is about Samsung
    Yet, half the comments are Samsung fanboys bashing Apple… Really speaks to the kind of toxic fanbase Samsung is home to.

  6. Duc 939

    SAMSUNG PLEASE KEEP THE HEADPHONE JACK IN THE FUTURE. IT'S WHAT KEEPS ME COMING BACK TO SAMSUNG OVER APPLE.

    I use it to connect to non wifi stereos all the time. also good for DJing if you need access to a song that's on your phone.

  7. Rutger

    Isn't battery balancing with way more than 2 batteries already a thing? I could be wrong but Samsung is acting like it's a groundbreaking thing.

    Also am I the only who thinks foldable phone aren't the future or what I'd want anyway?

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