THE GALAXY S10 looks set to be Samsung‘s most interesting smartphone yet, with talk of 5G support, an in-display fingerprint scanner and a ludicrous quad-camera setup.
And some rumours speculate that there could be as many as four Galaxy S10 models, including an ‘ultra-premium’ Plus-branded variant and a cut-price ‘budget’ version.
We’ve rounded up everything we know about Samsung’s incoming Galaxy S10 lineup so far, and will update this article as we hear more.
Samsung has announced an Unpacked event for 20 February (below), where it’s expected to showcase the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10 Lite.
Following its unveiling, the Galaxy S10 will reportedly be available to pre-order immediately, before it goes on sale on 8 March.
According to a report at Gizmodo, the so-called ‘budget’ Galaxy S10 will offer 12GB storage and retail for £699, the regular S10 will offer 128GB or 512GB storage for £799 and £999, respectively, and the S10 Plus will offer 128GB, 512GB and 1TB variants priced at £899, £1,099 and an eye-watering £1,399.
10/1/19: Samsung has disrupted CES to announce an Unpacked launch event for 20 February, where it’s widely expected to unveil the Galaxy S10. The firm will skip MWC and instead be holding events in both London and San Francisco, and while it’s keeping tight-lipped on what we can expect, but promises to show off “devices that will “usher in new Galaxy experiences based on 10 years of innovations.” More