We have great news for Samsung fans, as the colors and specs of the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ have just been leaked. Basically, everything there is to know about the upcoming Galaxy S10 lineup has been completely revealed, so this is pretty exciting news. We have now all the details about the colors, storage and memory options of the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones, so let’s take a look!
Leaked pictures of Galaxy S10 and S10+
This amazing leak comes from well-known leaker Roland Quandt, who posted a message on Twitter with the spec configurations and color options of four models of the Galaxy S10 range. Quandt also made a post on WinFuture, which revealed pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ in full. The front, back and sides of the devices were all shown in his post.
These are the details of the four models of Samsung’s flagship device, as shared by Quandt:
- S10E 6/128GB Prism Black, Green, White, Canary Yellow
- S10 6/128GB, 8/512GB Prism Black, Green, White, Blue
- S10+ 6/128GB, 8/512GB Prism Black, Green, White, Blue
- S10+ 12GB/1TB only in Ceramic White or Ceramic Black
Samsung Galaxy S10 details
The leaked renders reveal three colors of the Galaxy S10 an S10+: white, black and green. The Galaxy S10E will also come in a yellow option. As it can be easily seen in the picture above, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will have a completely new design: the Infinity-O screen that everyone was talking about for such a long time. This means that the standard Galaxy S10 and the larger Galaxy S10+ will both have a punch-hole in the top right corner of the screen, as well as smaller bezels.
The smaller version of the Galaxy S10 series, Samsung Galaxy S10E will get a 6.1-inch display and the Galaxy S10+ will have a 6.4-inch OLED screen. But this was already known so far. The Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup will be released during the Unpacked event, on 20th of February, while the phones are expected to arrive in stores on 8th of March.
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