Since Samsung announced that they will launch the Samsung Galaxy S10 in February 20, we have been thinking that the device will be available in the market few days after the official unveiling. Well, that is wrong. You can start pre – ordering for the smartphone after the February 20 event. That is, you can start pre – ordering for the device from February 21.
Check out a teaser poster from Indonesia that confirmed that people can start pre – ordering for the device a day after the event.
Although the website that displayed the teaser post www.GalaxyLaunchPack.com is live but there is no much information there – it is just a count down timer and a teaser video.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be coming with a high performing chipset, WIFI 6 and advanced wireless charging.
The device will be coming in 3 variants – the S10 E (Previously rumored as the Galaxy S1O Lite), the normal Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus.
The Galaxy S10 E will be coming with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage but we will be expecting a microSD extension. It will be coming in four colors; Green, Prism black, white and Blue. The S10 E (or just Galaxy S10 5.8) will be sold for €749 while the price of the normal Galaxy S10 will start from €899
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be coming in two variants. The first one will come with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage with a price tag of €899. The second variant which is the upgraded version will be coming with 8GB RAM and 512GB storage with a price tag of €1,149
To upgrade to the Galaxy S10 + that has five cameras, you will have to pay additional €100 with the total been €999. But the 12GB RAM and 1TB storage of the S10+ will be sold for €1,499.
The device will be powered by either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or the Exynos 9820 chipset. Also, the above prices are for Netherlands. We are yet to know the official price of the device in other European countries and other markets.
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