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Rumours and leaks regarding the Samsung Galaxy S10 have been swirling around since before the Note 9 launched. From the amount of cameras to dredded side notches, there has been a whole lot of speculation, especially when it comes to the design.

Well, now we seem to have some actual facts.

Earlier today a whole heap of info about the S10 was revealed - including the specs, release date, sizes and UK pricing. Here are all the details.

Listen up, Samsung fans: we've got a bumper leak about the upcoming Galaxy S10 for you.

Some details of the new phone have already slipped out, but a source at a major tech retailer has now approached us with the S10 launch date, release date, storage sizes, screen sizes, variants, some features and even the UK price points.

Excited? We are. Here's the news.

Earlier today Samsung announced its new Galaxy A8s smart phone. One of the most unique features of the device is that its the first to feature the Inifnity-0 display. Instead of bezels or a notch, it has a hole in the top left corner of the display for the front-facing camera.

But that wasn't the only significant feature of the A8s... it also doesn't have a headphone jack.

We'll give you a moment to catch your breath and fetch the smelling salts.

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Last week we reported on a Samsung Prototype phone that revealed a bulky corner notch.

We had some strong reactions, but didn't take it too seriously. After all, it was just a 5G prototype being shown off at Qualcomm's Tech Summit in Hawaii. It wasn't even supposed to be turned on.

But a new Samsung Galaxy S10 leak has emerged to strike fear into the hearts of all notch-haters. A cursed image of a device with a distinct feature in the corner...

Samsung phones have always been blessedly devoid of a notch. Until now.

The company has just unveiled its 5G prototype at Qualcomm's Tech Summit in Hawaii. Not only is it sporting a notch - it lives in the right corner of the screen.

Burn it.

After months of hints and rumours, Samsung has finally debuted its first foldable phone at the Samsung Developer's Conference in San Francisco. But we may have been left with more questions that answers...

DJ Koh has been at it again. After letting slip about the Note 9 before it launched, he has now also revealed some details about Samsung's highly anticipated foldable phone -- which is on track for being a world-first.

It doesn't have an official name, but it is generally referred to as the Samsung Galaxy X. These are the details we have so far.

I’m not going to say the PC is dying, that would be ridiculous. But over the last 10 years, there are certain segments of the computer market that have been declining, like tablets, netbooks, and depending on how you look at it, the traditional clamshell laptop. In the meantime, there’s been a new generation of more flexible and more mobile detachables, 2-in-1s, and hybrids that have taken place. And that’s exactly what Samsung is hoping to address with the new Galaxy Book 2.