Galaxy handsets don’t leak, they pour. Over the weekend, Evan Blass shared a case render of all three upcoming Galaxy S10 handsets. Now, TuttoAndroid reportedly has the details on storage options, pricing, colors, and availability for the entire Galaxy S10 lineup.
As expected based on previous trends, Samsung will be releasing most of its upcoming flagships with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. While the Lite version appears to only be available with 6GB, the highest tier Galaxy S10 Plus will come with 12GB of RAM.
A similar experience will apparently be had with the storage options. The Galaxy S10 Lite, S10, and S10 Plus will be available with 128GB of built-in storage, the two more premium models will offer 512GB, and the top S10 Plus variant will include a terabyte of memory.
Below are the various storage and pricing options for all three models according to TuttoAndroid:
- S10 Lite 6/128 GB to 779 euros (~$908)
- S10 6/128 GB to 929 euros (~$1,056)
- S10 8/512 GB to 1179 euros (~$1,340)
- S10 Plus 6/128 GB at 1049 euros (~$1,193)
- S10 Plus 8/512 GB to 1299 euros (~$1,477)
- S10 Plus 12/1 TB at 1599 euros (~$1,818)
As you can see, none of Samsung’s flagships will come cheap. While the Lite model will allegedly start at roughly $886, the top-of-the-line Galaxy S10 Plus will be available for around $1,818. Of course, these prices will likely be refined for every market, but it shows that either way, these smartphones will be expensive.
For color options, Samsung is reportedly going to offer the Galaxy S10 Lite in black, white, yellow, and green, the Galaxy S10 in black, white, green, and the Galaxy S10 Plus in black, white, green, and two other special edition colors. Unfortunately, TuttoAndroid claims that there won’t be any ceramic models.
We’ll have to wait and see what colorways are made available in the U.S. as Samsung tends only to release limited color options stateside.
Lastly, TuttoAndroid is reporting that Samsung will be releasing all three Galaxy S10 variants on March 8 in Italy following the February 20 announcement. There’s no word on if this will match the company’s international release date.
The Galaxy S9 was announced on February 25 last year and released on March 16, so these dates for the upcoming launch seem realistic.
What do you think about these rumored prices? Is Samsung demanding too much for its latest flagships? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!
January 21, 2019 at 07:42AM