It was first reported last week that Samsung may soon launch the Cardinal Red Galaxy S10. Renders of this new color option have already surfaced online so it may not be long before it arrives. A retailer listing suggests that this new color option might become available in some European markets from next month.
Samsung often releases new colors for flagship smartphones several months after they hit the market. It’s a good way to reignite consumer interest in the device. We have seen the company do this with its previous Galaxy flagships as well.
Cardinal Red Galaxy S10 could arrive next month
Samsung is yet to confirm when it will officially begin shipping the Cardinal Red Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. A retailer listing suggests that this option with 128GB storage will be available in Switzerland next month. An earlier report said that Samsung will only offer this in Russia and markets across western Europe.
So it’s possible that the Cardinal Red Galaxy S10 may just see limited availability. That would rule out the device for other major markets like the United States and countries in Asia. In that case, customers in those markets who want one will just have to import a unit.
Nothing else will change about the device except its paint job. All of the specs and features will remain the same and so will the price. We’ll be sure to let you know once Samsung starts shipping this new color option for its 2019 flagship.