As February begins, Ronald Quandt from WinFuture.de has spilled some major beans on Samsung’s Galaxy S10 lineup. The tipster has leaked some major information regarding the device.
According to the tipster, the Samsung Galaxy S10 would come in three variants, namely, the Samsung Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, and the Galaxy S10 Plus.
If true, Samsung could finally be upgrading their RAM to 6GB this time around, at least with the Samsung Galaxy S10E. Speaking of the Galaxy S10E, expect to see 6GB of RAM and a 128GB storage shelled into its glass/ceramic body. Color options also seem to have taken a twist this year with the Galaxy S10E being offered in four colors, that is, Prism Black, Green, White, Canary Yellow.
Coming over to the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus and we get to see a considerable upgrade here. Unlike the Galaxy S10E that comes in one storage and memory variant, the Samsung Galaxy S10 would come in two variants, that is, a 6GB/128GB variant as well as an 8GB/512GB variant while retaining the same color options from the S10E apart from Canary Yellow being replaced with Blue this time around.
And if you’re all about Samsung’s new flagship, with the S10 Plus, you could snag a whopping 12GB of RAM along with 1TB of internal storage shelled in a ceramic black or white body.
As standard, expect the rest of the spec sheet to deviate along their lines with the main difference between the three being the storage, memory, camera and display sizes. Rest assured, while not officially confirmed, the Samsung Galaxy S10 family would come with the newly announced Exynos 9820 SoC or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855.
Regarding pricing, RQuandt suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10 Plus and S10 Plus Ceramic would retail for 749 Euro, 899/1149 Euro, and 999/1249/1499 Euro in Europe, respectively.
For those who can’t wait to see what Samsung has in store for 5G, it seems like you’re going to wait even longer as we head down 2019.