We all know that Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy S10 next Wednesday, but so far we haven't heard anything definitive about when the phone will actually arrive in the hands of the people. As it turns out Samsung's own website has been ready to spill that piece of information, promising that pre-ordering will guarantee delivery by 8th March.
So, sorry, Holly, it looks like we aren't done with the leaks yet. Not by a long shot.
The page in question is the US pre-order page, which promises the 8th March delivery alongside trade-in details. Apparently you can get up to $550 if you hand over your old handset, and up to $50 by swapping certain accessories. It also seems that pre-registering before the Unpacked event will give you some sort of priority access to pre-orders. No word on whether the pre-ordering people get early access, as Samsung has been known to do, so we'll have to wait and see.
Sadly the UK pre-registration page has none of this. It's just asking you to hand over your details in exchange for information. Information we will also be providing on launch night, without you having to give us all your information. It would be nice if you looked at some our ads, though, since they keep us in business. We'll also let you know when the pre-orders actually open, which past leaks say will be the day after the Unpacked launch event.
Galaxy Unpacked kicks off on 20th February at 7pm, and hopefully there will be some sort of surprise in store for us. We'll be there at the launch event, and Samsung will no doubt have a livestream up on the day for you to watch from your sofa/toilet/bed/the bus. [TechRadar]