With Galaxy S10, 5G and foldable devices, Samsung hopes to get its mojo back

Designs haven’t changed much in years, but Samsung is making game-changing moves

With Galaxy S10, 5G and foldable devices, Samsung hopes to get its mojo back
With Galaxy S10, 5G and foldable devices, Samsung hopes to get its mojo back

Feel like your Samsung phone’s a little boring? That’s about to change.

Samsung’s phone lineup will take a huge leap this year. Among the advances: fingerprint readers, super-fast 5G connectivity and even foldable phones that expand into tablets.

We’ll get a glimpse of those new features and more on Wednesday, when the company hosts its Unpacked event at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Auditorium. Samsung will kick off its keynote at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET.

The South Korean phone giant will use Unpacked to introduce its new Galaxy S10 lineup, the phones many of us will buy over the next year. It’s also expected to show off wearables, in addition to talking up its 5G push and foldable phone.

The event will be jam-packed with some of the biggest changes to Samsung devices in years. More

By SHARA TIBKEN cnet.com