The European pricing of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S10 line-up has leaked online. So have the Galaxy S10 phones’ colour and memory variants. While it is apparent that the Galaxy S10 will be expensive, the leak also confirms a couple of long-standing rumours pertaining to Samsung’s top-of-the-line flagships. The smaller, relatively more affordable Galaxy S10 Lite will be called Galaxy S10E, and the top-end Galaxy S10+ will indeed come with 12GB RAM, 1TB storage and a ceramic back.
The Galaxy S10E, which is said to cost around Rs 61,000 in Europe, will be available in a choice of attractive colours, including yellow and blue. The Galaxy S10E is said to be Samsung’s take on the iPhone XR, which is also possibly why it will be available in multiple peppy colours, and will offer some of the high-end features of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ like the same Exynos 9820/Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and punch-hole Infinity-O display, at a competitive price. It is said to be available with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The vanilla Galaxy S10 will start at around Rs 73,000 in Europe and will be available with up to 8GB RAM and up to 512GB storage.
The Galaxy S10+ is meanwhile said to start at around Rs 81,000 in Europe while the top-end variant with 12GB RAM, 1TB storage and ceramic back will cost around a whopping Rs 1,22,000 in Europe.
Here’s the complete list for your reference:
Samsung Galaxy S10E (Galaxy S10 Lite): Canary Yellow, Prism Black, Green, White, Blue
6GB RAM, 128GB storage: Euros 749 (roughly Rs 61,212)
Samsung Galaxy S10:
6GB RAM, 128GB storage: Euros 899 (roughly Rs 73,465): Black, Green, White, Blue
8GB RAM, 512GB storage: Euros 1,149 (roughly Rs 93,832): Prism Black, Green, Pearl White, Blue
Samsung Galaxy S10+:
6GB RAM, 128GB storage: Euros 999 (roughly Rs 81,582): Black, Green, White, Blue
8GB RAM, 512GB storage: Euros 1,249 (roughly Rs 1,01,998): Prism Blac, Green, Pearl White, Blue
12GB RAM, 1TB storage: Euros 1,499 (roughly Rs 1,22,415): Ceramic Black, Ceramic White
Samsung will launch its Galaxy S10 phones on February 20 ahead of MWC 2019. Now Samsung is known to bring its flagship Galaxy S and Galaxy Note phones to India just days after their global launch, at least that’s how it has been lately. We expect the Galaxy S10 line-up to arrive in India as soon as in the first week of March. At possibly lower prices than what these phones will be costing in Europe, but at least now, we have a rough benchmark of Samsung’s expected pricing scheme.