There are quite a few things that we already knew about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup, based on the rumors that we’ve gathered so far. However, what we didn’t know until now was what kind of prices to expect from these anticipated smartphones.
What do we know so far about the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphones?
Everyone knows already by now that the South Korean company is expected to unveil three distinct 4G Samsung Galaxy S10 variants in February, during its Unpacked event, as well as a 5G Galaxy S10 model. The three models will all come with an Infinity-O display and multi-lens cameras, while only the premium variants will also have an in-display fingerprint sensor. The 5G device is believed to cost twice as much as the most affordable handset, Samsung Galaxy S10E (or S10 Lite).
We also have a pretty good idea about the specifications of the devices and we’ve seen plenty of leaked pictures with the phones, so we know more or less what to expect from their design. However, when it comes to the prices of these much-awaited smartphones, nothing was known until the present time. Here’s what we’ve just learned about them.
A new leak reveals Samsung Galaxy S10 pricing
According to a huge leak from an Italian blog, Tutto Android, we might know what the exact prices for the new phones will be in Europe. The recent report revealed details about Samsung’s plans for Italy, which should in fact apply to the whole EU region. The leaks pretty much confirm almost everything that was known so far about the phones, except for the fact that Galaxy S10 Plus might not come in a ceramic model, as it was rumored just recently.
Here are the prices for the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup that should apply to Europe, as revealed by Tutto Android:
- Galaxy S10 Lite 6GB RAM / 128GB storage: €779 ($885)
- Galaxy S10 6GB RAM / 128GB storage: €929 ($1,056)
- Galaxy S10 8GB RAM / 512GB storage: €1,179 ($1,340)
- Galaxy S10+ 6GB RAM / 128GB storage: €1,049 ($1,192)
- Galaxy S10+ 8GB RAM / 512GB storage: €1,299 ($1,477)
- Galaxy S10+ 12GB RAM / 1TB storage: €1,600 ($1,819)
If the leaked details prove to be true, then the South Korean company would have developed the world’s first phone with 12GB of RAM, which sounds almost unbelievable. It remains to be seen whether this report is correct or not.
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