Shown above are Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones. Courtesy of Samsung Electronics

Three Galaxy S10 smartphone models of Samsung Electronics are now on sales in some 70 countries across the world including Korea, the United States, Canada, India, China and European nations.

The Seoul-based company said on March 8 that the number of nations where the three Galaxy S10 handsets _ the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e _ is available would increase to around 130 by the end of March.

Biggest of the S10 family, the Galaxy S10+ has a 6.4-inch display. Those for the S10 and S10e are 6 inches and 5.8 inches, respectively.

“The Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e raise the bar in the categories that smartphone users care about most,” a Samsung official said.

“The devices’ groundbreaking display, camera and performance upgrades offer users more screen space for gaming, browsing and viewing content; more ways to capture incredible photos and videos; and more tools to help them get the most out of their phone.”

The official also noted, “With more choices than ever to choose from, Samsung’s new flagship line makes it easy to find the perfect phone for you.”

While unveiling the flagship phones in late February in San Francisco, Samsung also showcased its first bendable model, named the Galaxy Fold.

The world’s leading smartphone manufacturer plans to market the innovative devices next month at a price tag of higher than $2,000.

The Galaxy Fold will come with two displays, six cameras and mobile application optimizations. Samsung seems to believe that the new 7.3-inch gadget, which folds into a compact device with a cover discovery, will be a big hit.

Since it first disclosed a prototype in 2011, the company spent longer than seven years to complete the Galaxy Fold.

The electronics giant is also scheduled to come up with two other bendable phones in the near future to preempt the foldable phone market, which is expected to grow at an exponential rate.


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