Many of Samsung's 2019 appliance will come with better Bixby integration, users will now be able to automate common household tasks.
Every year CES brings impressive new products with new technological breakthroughs in the field of smart appliances and AI.
On the day you can expect full coverage of the new devices here on Tech Advisor, plus a rundown of the best places to buy the new smartphone and the best accessories for Galaxy S10. However, recent reports show that the company has renamed this upcoming smartphone, Samsung Galaxy S10 E. Mobile Fun, a revealed this information while showcasing some phone cases for the upcoming Galaxy S10 series. We will have more details about the handset when it is made official at Mobile World Congress 2019 next month. The most exciting product by Samsung was the 98-inch 8K QLED TV which is the biggest 8K TV by Samsung, surpassing last year's 85-inch 8K TV. The hype will be crazier than ever, while we'll also see the largest display we've ever seen in the S series before, but without much increase to the overall size of the phone. The Galaxy S10 will include a 6.1-inch curved display, at least 6GB of RAM, two cameras on the back, and one camera on the front. Just 1 million Galaxy foldable phones will be released into markets starting in Korea and then in the US, China and Europe.
The renders of all three models can be seen, showing that the Galaxy S10 E will feature a single front-facing camera, with Samsung adopting the in-hole display camera technology.
Samsung has unveiled a full lineup of products at CES, for entertainment, the home and work, and for the vehicle.
People at the booth couldn't touch the device, but according to ZDNet reporter Corinne Reichert, who saw it and snapped the picture above, it comes with the same basic design as Samsung's current phones. But could there be more to look forward to than the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+?