With most of the specifications, features, and designs of Samsung flagship ships already known, all that remains to be thought of is when the Galaxy S10 will land in stores and for a few. With up to four models available, some in different configurations, this can be a somewhat daunting decision-making process. Maybe it's good, then, for at least one of those phones to be out of the picture for at least a week. Not that many will jump right away on 12 GB RAM, 1 TB storing the Galaxy S10 + phone anyway.
Samsung has traditionally been stingy when it comes to memory, both RAM and internal storage. Despite its manufacturing capabilities through its semiconductor arm, Samsung ironically was slow on upgrading configurations for its flagship ships, leaving the likes of Viv to boast ever increased RAM capabilities before anyone else. In fact, it was only last year that Samsung began to put 6 and 8 GB RAM chips inside.
For its tenth anniversary, however, Samsung makes a small exception. It will put 12 GB RAM and 1 TB storage in a limited edition Galaxy S10 +, the highest combination found in any smartphone so far. It will not come cheap, of course, as prices are likely to reach as high as $ 1,500 for it.
The Philippine branch of Samsung suggests that this particular model could launch on March 15. Previous rumors suggest that three more Galaxy S10 phones will open on March 8. There is, of course, a possibility that Samsung will launch all four in 15th place. Either way, all indications indicate pre-orders starting the day after February 20 unpacked event.