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New report claims to reveal Galaxy S10 release date and price

A new report out of the UK claims to reveal the Galaxy S10 release date and price. It also includes some information about the storage sizes. The report does reiterate a lot of what we have already heard about the Galaxy S10.

The stuff that has been reiterated includes the three separate models and an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor. The ability to charge another device wirelessly with its own battery is mentioned as well.

Galaxy S10 release date and price information comes from a UK retailer

Gizmodo UK claims to have received this information from a source at a “major tech retailer.” As we also mentioned earlier today, the Galaxy S10 is now expected to be unveiled at a special Samsung Unpacked event before MWC 2019 in February.

Samsung will reportedly start taking Galaxy S10 pre-orders after the event on February 20. March 8, 2019, is when it may be released. The source says that three variants of the Galaxy S10 will be on offer with all three featuring the Infinity-O display. The 5.8-inch entry-level model will have a flat display. The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will feature 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch curved displays. That’s something we have seen represented in recent leaks as well.

The source also mentions that an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor will be onboard as well. Qualcomm has already unveiled the sensor that Samsung might source for the Galaxy S10. The iris scanner is out.

The 5.8-inch Galaxy S10 will reportedly come with 128GB of storage for £669 ($850) in the UK. Samsung is said to offer the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 with 128GB and 512GB storage for £799 ($1,000) and £999 ($1,250) respectively.

Customers will be able to get the Galaxy S10+ with 128GB, 512GB and apparently 1TB of internal storage for £899 ($1,130), £1,099 ($1,390) and a whopping £1,399 ($1,760) respectively. However, it’s unclear if the 1TB variant is the 5G Galaxy S10 that’s also expected to feature a total of six cameras. The source claims that the 5G variant will arrive by “late Q2 at the earliest.”

Do take this with a grain of salt as it’s entirely possible that none of this is set in stone yet. The Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be quite an expensive proposition if this report is anything to go by. Would you be willing to spend this much money on one?

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Abteenf
Abteenf

you have misplaced the dollars and Pound prices for the 5.8 Model

martindale
martindale

Flat display option! At last. Please do this for the next Note as well.

punitverma2010
punitverma2010

I think I’m gonna save my kidney for the S11……… lol

Lukasz1536
Lukasz1536

I would pay even £1500 for S10 with New Infiniti or small notch. I am very disappointed with this hole thing. First I have see it in real life, then I will be thinking what to do.

cobra21ro
cobra21ro

shall I buy a car or wait for the S10 ?? ..hmmm..it’s a tough one

aarozone
aarozone

Any confirmation on the Name Change from S series to Rize10, Rize20 and Rize30?

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

That’s a horrible idea

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Definitely waiting for the Note10 where I know all variants will be 5G ready!

djcbs
djcbs

An then the Note 12 will be out by the time you actually can access a 5G network =P

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Well, I am in the UK where its already confirmed in London, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow. I am currently working in Cardiff, so I will be able to use 5G – EE and OnePlus have already confirmed partnership and that 5G will be launching Spring 2019. Note is Autumn 2019 lol, so its pretty guranteed I’d say.

Cyril692
Cyril692

Huge mistake on the part of Samsung this front camera on the screen, when I think I’m saving for the S10 since I had my beautiful S8. I would become a customer of Samsung the day he corrected. It’s a shame

Yousef206
Yousef206

It will be 699$ for s10 5.8
799$ for 6.1
899$ for 6.4
Phones in europe is always more expensive

parshakov
parshakov

The Galaxy S9 price at launch was £739 or $720, so the S10 Lite is going to cost $650, not $850, and the S10 will cost $780.

Messibarca92
Messibarca92

No never, I can pay it but no there are better things to spend my money on.

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

Very expensive! But still cheaper than the iPhone xs. I wonder what is the ram configuration for this price list?

If the 10 lite is 6gb ram & 128gb then this will be very interesting device to go for. As long as it has the same new soc, dual back camera and only missing is the fod.

Though if the normal S10 526gb version with triple back camera is coupled with 8gb ram then this might be my next phone. Else the normal S10 128gb with 6gb ram is the go to phone

locarno
locarno

I wil go to the job just to buy Galaxy S10

djcbs
djcbs

Oversized, with holes on the display, for what will likely be 750€ for the Lite, 850€ for the S10 and 950€ for the S10+?

Ahahahahah absolutely not.
If the sizes and the display designs hadn’t killed it for me, the prices sure would. I’ve given 830€ for the S9 and I will regret it to the end of my days. I’m not making the same mistake twice.
I have no problem paying that for a phone…but not one where I’m asked to make severe compromises.

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

You must have very small hands then🤔 the s9 and the s8 has been decent for one hand use.

Personally think it’s much better than the s7 as the s8 and 9 width is shorter this easier to hold.

As for reaching the top of the screen with 1 finger or thumb has been fine. With the updates to get easy access to notification by swiping up and down in the middle of the screen has been the best feature!

djcbs
djcbs

I’m 1,85m and my hands are 20cm from the base of my palm to the top of my middle finger. I wouldn’t call that small at all. The S9 IS oversized. You can’t reach the top of the screen with your thumb if you’re holding the phone normally. The size of the S7 is far better. The bottom of the phone rests atop your pinky and your thumb can reach the top. You can’t do that on the oversized screen of the S9. “With the updates to get easy access to notification by swiping up and down in the middle… Read more »

Samarasx
Samarasx

Your reply is rude, you’re overreacting and your “facts” are wrong. I hope you’re trolling cause otherwise you sound like an … interesting person.

djcbs
djcbs

My reply isn’t rude mate, and my facts are FACTS. Whether you like them or not.
I dare you disprove ANYTHING I wrote. But I’ll wait, if you don’t mind. It’ll take you forever to do so.

(And if the Freudian joke hit close to home with you…that’s not my problem ;P)

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

I guess you haven’t been using your phone correctly. Have you been to the home screen section and turned on the quick open notification panel?

Are you saying you were over compensating when you bought the s9?

djcbs
djcbs

Apple, is that you?

I’ve been using my phone correctly. But I’m also free to not use the stock Launcher. Not only that, the quick open of the notification panel only works on the home screen. It doesn’t work within apps. So your suggestion is useless.
And my point remain: you can NOT reach the top of the screen with your thumb. Therefore, the phone is not user-friendly.

And no. I’m also not the one clamouring for bigger phones. Quite the contrary. I think the S9 is oversize, I hate my experience with it and that’s why I’m going back to the S7.

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

You know there is the FPS gesture to show and hide notifications from any screen. why do you need to do it anywhere on the phone screen?

Bobbingalong
Bobbingalong

The quick notification access has been personally the best implementation since it was made available on the s8. Quick easy access to the notification and top.setting panel with a flick in the middle of the screen.

My note friend users has also agreed his is a fantastic feature as it means they don’t have to over stretch to get to the notification or setting panel.

Hope they keep this with one UI. Definitely some that is not available on the stock Google pixel 3 from my limited usage.

djcbs
djcbs

Yes, I know. Put the phone on a table or wireless charging stand. There goes your access to the fingerprint scanner. And even when holding the phone, if you’re holding the phone SECURELY, your index will have to stretch to reach the fingerprint scanner. Also, that doesn’t solve the problem of you not being able to reach it. Yeah, the tray comes down…but the buttons remain up there. There’s a reason OneUI is adopting that horrible-looking big header so that the buttons are pushed down. So you have an oversized phone, with a fingerprint scanner placed in the stupidest place… Read more »

ProdByEchelon
ProdByEchelon

Now imagine how much the Note10 will cost.

vnovomsate
vnovomsate

About 1200£…