The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the presumed name given to the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus’ successor.

The hardware has been heavily rumoured to come with a radical redesign that will minimise bezels and move its fingerprint reader underneath the display.

A recent report from Bloomberg insisted Samsung will launch three versions of the Galaxy S10.

In addition to releasing the standard and Plus variants, the outlet insisted the South Korean tech giant is working on “a more affordable version” of the device to “appeal to the widest range of consumers”.

Most notably, it was emphasised Samsung is “toying” with the idea of removing the headphone jack on the S10.

Such a move would surely be decisive amongst fans that are not fully invested in Bluetooth technology.

But while the Galaxy S10 is expected to debut early next year, it appears the Seoul-based firm has another futuristic smartphone it is going to show off first.

Samsung has been heavily rumoured to be planning the grand unveiling of a foldable smartphone since the firm first showed off a teaser for such a device back in 2014.

The CEO of Samsung’s mobile division, DJ Koh, previously “hinted” the tech company could finally lift the lid on a foldable phone at its forthcoming developer conference taking place from November 7, according to CNBC.

And now Samsung has added further fuel to rumours by posting an image of its logo folded in half on both its Facebook page.

The image, combined with a recent tweet from Samsung claiming its forthcoming conference was set to show “the crossroads between the present and the future”, means it appears likely the firm’s long-awaited foldable hardware will be shown in some form.

Bloomberg, citing people “familiar with the matter”, insisted Samsung has been working with Google to create a “special version” of Android that will run on the smartphone.

However, the outlet declared one source admitted it is “unlikely” a physical model of the bendable device will be shown at the firm’s developer conference.

Instead they said it was more likely a “detailed conceptual image” would be displayed.

While Samsung is teasing the reveal of its foldable smartphone, fans of the Seoul-based giant will not have to wait long to see what it has in store.

Samsung’s developer conference is taking place from November 7 to November 8 in San Francisco.