- New information on the Samsung Galaxy S10 has surfaced on the Internet.
- The leak is an array of rumored info for prices, release dates, storage capacity, etc., for Galaxy S10 variants.
- Although leakage information appears to be very reliable, it is still leaking and should therefore be considered through scrutiny.
Leaves information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone only when it comes to the Internet using Gizmodo. Although information centers around the distribution of devices in the UK are easy enough to extrapolate data as they apply to us here in the United States.
Before we detect leaked information, it's important to note that this information is from an anonymous source. They are not official and should be examined with scrutiny.
With the fact that we are not on the way, let's go down! In accordance with Gizmodo The Samsung Galaxy S10 will probably launch before the 2016 Mobile World Congress. Typically Samsung launches its own S-series devices on its own MWC, but this sweetener claims that the company could host its event on February 20, 2019, five days before the MWC began.
After the launch device will be sold on March 8, 2019.
As we have suspected, the leaker claims there will be three variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10. Here's how these three options are broken down by storage capacity and prices, according to leakage:
- Samsung Galaxy S10
- 6.1-inch display, curved
- 128 GB or 512 GB internal memory
- Accordingly, 799 pounds and 999 pounds (~ 1,009 $ and ~ 1262 $ respectively)
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus
- 6.4-inch display, curved
- 128 GB, 512 GB or 1TB of internal memory
- 899 pounds, 1099 pounds, 1,399 pounds respectively (~ $ 1,136, $ 1,388, and $ 1,767)
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
- 5.8-inch display, flat
- 128 GB internal memory
- 669 pounds (~ 845 $)
It's possible that these prices will not be converted into US dollars, but rather will be transferred. In other words, the entry level Galaxy S10 could cost $ 799, the Galaxy S10 Plus entry level would cost $ 899, etc.
Despite this, it seems that Samsung is trying to use Apple's strategy this year for iPhone models: to increase the overall price of products while introducing a lower-priced entry-level model to provide consumers with a wider choice. However, this strategy does not seem to work for Apple, so it will be interesting to see how it works on Samsung.
Other information from the film – a possible Infinity-O display, camera sensors, ultrasound fingerprint sensors, etc., is already well-laid on the bottom of our Samsung Galaxy S10 rumor. In the meantime, what do you think of these possible price and storage options? Is Samsung moving in the right direction, are these prices too rich in blood? Have a look at the comments!
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