Samsung is all set to introduce its next flagship smartphones at San Francisco on February 20. Unlike last year, Samsung will be launching three Galaxy S series flagship smartphones this year: Samsung Galaxy S10 E, Samsung Galaxy S10, and Samsung Galaxy S10+. Thanks a lot to many sources, we can now confirm the European prices of all the three upcoming Galaxy S10 series smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ Teal:
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ Black:
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ White:
The white is the most interesting color for the two Galaxy S10 models since it appears to have a gradient color scheme. Hints are of pink, green, blue, purple, orange, and white. If this is anything like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro’s gradient colors, the gradient white Galaxy S10 will be the most eye-catching model Samsung will offer.
Good old pal 3.5mm jack?
These renders show off the two smartphones from the front and back. However, interestingly, Samsung hasn’t released any render for the top and bottom, probably because of the headphone jack. We guess they do not want us to know if it has been retained or not. The Galaxy S10/S10+ in black looks like Samsung’s earlier models. The teal model is a new color for Samsung, though.
Fingerprint Scanner and Bixby?
A fingerprint reader isn’t available here. Though, it’s quite obvious that in future, under display fingerprint scanners will reign. However, the cases continue to consist of glass and metal as a frame material for the two new Samsung smartphones. Samsung also continues the Bixby button, which is again located below the volume rocker.
- Samsung Galaxy S10E (6GB RAM/128GB storage): Prism Black, Green, White, Canary Yellow
- Samsung Galaxy S10 (6GB RAM/128GB storage or 8GB RAM/512GB storage): Prism Black, Green, White, Blue
- Samsung Galaxy S10+ (6GB RAM/128GB storage or 8GB RAM/512GB storage): Prism Black, Green, White, Blue
- Samsung Galaxy S10+ (12GB RAM/1TB storage): Ceramic White, Ceramic Black
Galaxy S10E :
There is no data about Samsung Galaxy S10 E as of now. For the upper-end variants, we suspect an area based Exynos 9820 or SnapDragon 855 under the hood. Whereas, there is no information about the cheaper counter part, S10E.
As for the colors, the customer initially has the choice between black, white and green, while the Galaxy S10e also a yellow variant is expected. A little later, even blue models of the new S10 series are likely to be introduced.
For more features and what-to-expect, refer here.
For more info, check out the video by XDADevelopers.