Samsung Galaxy S10 price leaked, tipped to launch on February 20

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Another tweet by Ice universe shows the design of what is supposed to be the protective film for the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite.

That is very much in line with previous rumours that we have already heard about Samsung's 10th-anniversary model.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 family of phones will likely be revealed at a February 24th, 2019 event.


This information comes from a Gizmodo report, based on an unnamed but known source from "a major tech retailer". Samsung is expected to confirm its immediate availability for pre-orders at the launch of the Galaxy S10 itself, and its sale is slated to begin from March 8.

The 5.8-inch Galaxy S10 Lite will supposedly have 128GB of storage and sell for £669. All the variants of the Galaxy S10 will come with in-display fingerprint scanner, but, this will be an ultra-sonic scanner and not the optical one we see on smartphones like the OnePlus 6T.

It's worth noting that while this pricing may be accurate for the United Kingdom, converting the price into your own currency won't necessarily give you the cost for your own country. Their new phone, the Samsung Galaxy A8s, ditched the traditional 3.5 mm audio port, leaving users to either use a Bluetooth or USB-C pair or use a USB-C-to-3.5 mm adapter. Now fresh leaks have revealed the Galaxy S10 price, storage, and a bunch of other details. The least we can say is that the firms seem convinced that buyers can invest more than 1000 € in a smartphone, no doubt encouraged by the success of Apple. It is also expected that the front camera will be placed in the display Infinity-O, as in the recent Samsung Galaxy A8 for China.


According to the leaker, here are the storage sizes and prices for each of the three Galaxy S10 models. On the other hand, the S10 Plus is believed to sport a 6.4-inch screen. The service would also allegedly allow users to have public and private keys and they would have the ability to sign private keys for transferring cryptocurrency.

According to TechRadar, both the Galaxy S10 and the S10 Plus are debuting with this feature.

A hole on the top right corner of the screen might be something to get used to, but most of the rest of the phone is fairly normal, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chip, 128GB storage, support for a microSD slot, and a fingerprint sensor. There will be the standard S10, the S10 Plus, and a more budget-friendly flat-screen (no Edge display) S10 that could carry the "Lite" moniker.


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