- New information leaked on the Samsung Galaxy S10 just hit the Internet.
- The leak is massive, giving us rumor information about prices, release dates, storage capabilities, etc., of the Galaxy S10 versions.
- While leaked information seems very likely, it is still a leak, so it should be seen with some testing.
Leaked Information on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 line of smartphones just to hit the Internet through Gizmodo. While the information centers around the UK release devices, it is simple enough to deduce the details as they would touch us here in the United States.
Before disclosing the information, it is important to note that this information is from an anonymous source. These are not official and should be viewed with a careful look.
Unnamed: With this out of the way, let's get straight to it! According to Gizmodo , Samsung Galaxy S10 will launch as it were before Mobile World Congress 2019. Samsung usually launches its S-series devices at MWC itself, but Laker claims that the company can hold its event on February 20, 2019, five days before the start of MWC.
After launch, the devices will allegedly go for sale March 8, 2019.
As we suspected, the Laker claims there will be three versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10. Here's how these three variations break down as far as storage capabilities and prices, according to the leak:
- Samsung Galaxy S10
- 6.1 inch display, curved
- 128GB or 512GB of internal storage
- £ 799 and £ 999 respectively (~ $ 1,009 and ~ $ 1,262)
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
- Display 6.4 inches, curved
- 128GB, 512GB or 1TB of internal storage
- 899 pounds, 1,099 pounds, 1,399 pounds respectively (~ $ 1,136, $ 1,388 ~ $ 1,767)
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
- 5.8 inches, flat
- 128GB of internal storage
- 669 lbs (~ 845lbs)
It is possible these prices will not be converted into dollars, but to move over. In other words, the entry level Galaxy S10 can cost $ 799, the entry level Galaxy S10 Plus can cost $ 899, and so on.
However, it seems that Samsung is trying its hand on Apple's strategy for iPhone models this year: increasing the overall pricing of the products while introducing a lower cost level entry model to give consumers a wider range of options. However, this strategy does not seem to work for Apple, so it would be interesting to see how it works for Samsung.
Other information from the liqueur – seemingly Infinity-O display, camera sensors, voice fingerprint sensors, etc. – has been already well covered in our Rumor Rumor Samsung Galaxy S10 below. Meanwhile, what do you think about these alleged pricing and storage options? Is Samsung moving in the right direction, or are these prices too rich for your blood? Let us know the comments!
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