Of all of the different versions of the Galaxy S10 that we’re anticipating Samsung to introduce at its Feb. 20 “Unpacked” event, the model we’d seen the least pre-release peeks of is the expected S10+ Limited Edition.
But with a new apparent leak of the luxury smartphone now surfacing — giving us out first look at its fancy ceramic back — the whole scope of S10 devices is finally coming into focus.
Twitter leaker Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) on Thursday (Feb. 14) posted what he claims are two digital renders of the upcoming S10+, one in Prism White and one in Luxurious Ceramic White. The side-by-side of the two 6.4-inch phones shows the Prism’s chameleon-esc luminosity against the flat and almost brownish Ceramic.
The specs Agarwal lists for the latter match up with the rumored S10+ Limited Edition model, which will likely run on 12GB of RAM, offer a wild 1TB of storage space and cost somewhere around $1,500.
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 phones will all be paced by Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 855 processor and come in various screen sizes that all feature in-display, hole-punch selfie cameras.
The entry-level S10E (or S10 Lite) won’t have the same edge-to-edge, bezel-less design that the other S10 phones will. And the same goes for the premium S10 and S10+ three-lens rear camera and in-display fingerprint reader features. More