We also sort of know the complete specifications of the handset.
In a teaser video for the event Samsung show a lot of folding, both in and out which may or may not be significant (we think not) and of course the tag line of "The Future Unfolds" is a dead giveaway that it is coming next week.
I'll just let you look over the below details without wasting too much of your time.
Another deviation from what we've seen rumored is the screen size of the Galaxy S10+. With the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung put the majority of its marketing efforts behind promoting the phablet's S-Pen, battery and gaming features. The source of the leak is an anonymous retail industry employee who provided blurry photos of a retail cheat sheet for the new Galaxy S10 lineup. With nearly every company showing off foldable devices at MWC at the end of the month, Samsung needs to make a mark before the market is flooded with competing products. The position of the fingerprint sensor at the rear is also clearly marked. While Apple has switched to a completely different biometric technology with its smartphones, the ease of use offered by fingerprint recognition can't be ignored, and the upcoming devices might have a big edge in the area.
With that in mind, the full list of Samsung Galaxy S10 specs have just leaked (via GSM Arena). The battery capacities for the Beyond0 or S10e, Beyond1 or S10 and Beyond2 or S10+ have also been finalized from previous estimates. Unfortunately, the device does not support 802.11ac 5GHz WiFi. It also includes a not-so-subtle number 10, likely a nod to the three Galaxy S10 models that the firm is also expected to launch next week. Samsung may introduce some additional color variants, but this is the ones that leaked thus far.