Samsung marked the event to announce the Galaxy S10. The new handset will be officially unveiled on February 20 in San Francisco, one week before the MWC (Mobile World Congress) fair. Esp
We are just weeks away from the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the rumors are coming in thick and fast, with the latest leak of the Galaxy S10 potentially revealing prices and specifications.
Coming with up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage according to recent information, the S10 Plus leaks back to its thin edges, its Infinity-O display (with the elongated, pill-like circular notch) of the operating system that may not have major changes since One UI was introduced.
What to Expect from the Samsung Galaxy S10
Several details have already leaked about the upcoming Samsung flagship. It is believed that the standard Galaxy S10 will come with front camera in a “hole” on the screen, using the company’s Infinity-O notch.
We would also have the Lite version with “only” a rear camera; the Plus model with dual front camera; and a variant with 5G and four sensors in the rear.
If the information in this leak is accurate, it looks like there will be an increase across the price line of the Samsung Galaxy S10 (compared to last year’s S9 range).
The entry-level S10, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, will apparently be € 899, while the Galaxy S9 started at € 849.
It’s the same story with the price of the Galaxy S10 Plus, with the 6GB / 128GB variant which also bears a price increase of € 50 compared to the S9 Plus.
If needed, that means we’re likely to see an increase of $ 50 / £ 50 / AU $ 50 in the US, UK and Australia.
So far we know that the S10 Plus will come in two versions of chipset, as is the tradition of Samsung: one with Exynos 9820 and another with Snapdragon 855. With versions of 6 GB, 8 GB and up to 12 GB of RAM, and between 128 GB and 1TB of internal storage, the handset will definitely be a milestone in Samsung’s history.
There is not much information yet about the specs of the two front-facing smartphone cameras, which may not be called the Galaxy S10 Plus, but it should not be too long before some leaflets leaked onto the media highlighting such details.