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Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds TV Commercial Gets Leaked

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Samsung has proved time and time again that it cannot keep a secret. The company’s flagship smartphones always get leaked and this time, Samsung has outdone itself. Even though Galaxy S10 and the all-new Galaxy Buds are only two days away from being officially revealed, a TV commercial of the two devices somehow aired ahead of time. This is a short 30-second video that doesn’t show too much. However, it’s more than enough to give everyone a glimpse of what is to come.

Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds TV Commercial

According to the Verge, the 30-second video was accidentally aired on a channel called TV 2. This is the biggest TV channel in Norway and this is why the text that appears on in the video is not in English.

Nonetheless, the white text confirms that Galaxy S10 will feature a punch-hole display, ultrasonic fingerprint reader, wireless charging and an impressive triple-camera setup that is mounted on the rear side.

On the other hand, we have the Galaxy Buds which are now making their first “official” appearance. The leaked TV commercial reveals that Samsung’s new wireless earbuds support wireless charging and to make things even better, they can be charged just by simply placing them on top of the Galaxy S10.

February 20th Release Date

If there will ever be an award for the most leaked product, Galaxy S10 is going to win it and there is no doubt about that. Galaxy S10 has been making headlines months before Samsung even announced that the smartphone is being worked on.

Although, this might be a clever marketing strategy by Samsung after all in order to get people to talk about the new smartphone and spread rumors about it. Samsung is scheduled to launch Galaxy S10 and the new Galaxy Buds tomorrow during the Mobile World Congress event and that is when we will find out everything there is to know about the new products.

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