Prices of Galaxy S10 models suggested in a new report
There have been quite a few reports already claiming to “confirm” the price of Galaxy S10 models and now you can add another one to the list. This particular report suggests prices of the entire lineup, including the most high-end variant of the Galaxy S10+.
With just 20 days to go before Samsung officially unveils the new flagship, it won’t be long before the correct information arrives. These reports simply provide an idea of where the prices might fall. If you tend to follow the news often, you’d already have a good sense of that, to begin with.
Prices of Galaxy S10 models to start at 899 euro
The prices in euro are specifically meant for the Netherlands though will most likely be similar in other EU countries as well. According to the report, the entry-level Galaxy S10e will cost 749 ($850) euro for the 6GB+128GB configuration. It will be available in Canary Yellow, Prism Black, Green and White colors with Blue being launched later. We had exclusively confirmed that the smallest Galaxy S10 will be the only one to come in yellow.
The 6GB+128GB and 8GB+512GB Galaxy S10 models are said to cost 899 ($1,029) euro and 1,149 ($1,315) euro respectively. They will both be available in Black, Green, White and Blue colors. The Galaxy S10+ will be the star of the show with three variants. The 6GB+128GB and 8GB+512GB models will cost 999 ($1,143) euro and 1,249 euro ($1,429) respectively. They will be available in Black, Green, White and Blue colors.
Samsung may also offer a Galaxy S10+ model with 12GB RAM and 1TB of internal storage for 1,499 euro ($1,715). It’s this model which will be available with the ceramic back that we exclusively revealed a couple of months back.
It’s never a simple currency conversion for pricing the handsets in other markets. Local taxes and other considerations can add to the price tag. Nevertheless this report, like others before it, provides an idea of with the prices of Galaxy S10 models might be.
Samsung is due to unveil the Galaxy S10 lineup on February 20 in San Francisco. The official renders have already leaked online, leaving nothing to the imagination.