The Samsung Galaxy display at CES 2019 featured all the company's Galaxy and Galaxy Note phones since the series was launched in 2009, with one notable exception: the Galaxy S10.
The showcase provoked CES participants in Las Vegas with an empty box and a sign saying "2019 The Next Galaxy."
The empty box, of course, houses the latest phone, which has not yet been announced by the South Korean consumer electronics giant.
Recent rumors suggest that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 at its "Unpacked" event on February 20, 2019, ahead of the Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC).
Gizmodo previously reported that Samsung will begin allowing customers to pre-order the device that day and the physical drives will hit stores on March 8, 2019.
The reports also indicate that Samsung plans to release up to five S10 models. The programming would include two standard models (the Galaxy S10 and S10 +), a new Galaxy S10 Lite and two models with 5G capacity (codenamed "Beyond X" and "Beyond Bolt").
The S10 + should feature a 6.4-inch monitor with up to 1TB of internal storage, while the Lite version should have a 5.8-inch screen with 128GB of storage.
The reports also suggest that the S10 standard will have a curved panel of 6.1 inches, which will give users up to 512 GB of internal storage.
It is said that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite costs approximately € 669 ($ 1,126 CAD), the standard S10 will start at € 799 ($ 1,345 cAD) for the 128GB model and € 999 ($ 1,681 CAD) for 512GB variant.
Finally, the S10 + should start at € 899 ($ 1,515 CAD) for the 128GB model, € 1099 ($ 1,852 CAD) for the 512GB variant and the giant 1TB model will cost € 1399 ($ 2,359 CAD ).