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Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs, Price and Release Date

The tech buzz in town we have is the latest Samsung Galaxy S10. So to our readers the Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs, Price and Release Date Update. The official launch event of Samsung Galaxy S10 is coming up next month in San Francisco and Samsung Mobile fans are impatient.

But wait, before the official Samsung Galaxy S10 launch date of February 20, we have something for you. The new Galaxy S10 leaks have potentially given us an early peek at what we suspect Samsung’s smartphone for 2019 might appear like. 

Samsung Galaxy S10 is claimed to have enough upgrades compared to last year’s relatively lesser spec bump from the Galaxy S8 to the Galaxy S9. It’s a perfect gadget for all those waiting to upgrade their Samsung Galaxy Smartphones. 

Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs

Rumours have it that the fresh-looking all-screen display with minimal bezel at the top may have ‘hole punch’ front-facing camera embedded in the screen’s top right corner.

It is also expected to see Samsung adopt an in-screen fingerprint sensor. And guess what? It’s going to be the first smartphone with the Snapdragon 855 chipset (well in the US variant, at least).

Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs

These are the expected Samsung Galaxy S10 specs we can conclude from rumours and other news sources so far:
Screen size: 6.1-inch
Screen resolution: 1440 x 3040
Screen aspect ratio: 19:9
Rear cameras: 12MP, 16MP, 13MP
Front cameras: dual cameras
Chipset: Exynos 9820/Snapdragon 855
RAM: 8GB/12GB
Storage: 128GB-1TB
OS: Android 9 Pie

Samsung Galaxy S10 release date

Samsung Galaxy S10 Specs

What the news say

  • The Samsung Galaxy S10 launch date is February 20, 2019
  • It is expected to be available at stores starting March 8

The Galaxy S10 launch date is confirmed to be Wednesday, February 20, 2019. So the smartphone is coming days before MWC 2019, which takes place from February 25-28.

The source for Samsung Galaxy S10 release date is the company itself. The S10 will be unveiled at 11am PT (2pm ET, 7pm GMT) at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, says Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumours

Rumours spread fast and that was not new. It doesn’t surprise us of a new launch of a flagship smartphone by now.

Of course, that’s just when the Galaxy S10 will be announced – it’s not necessarily the sale date. The only rumor there refers to a March 8 sale date in South Korea, and we’d expect to see it in other countries on or around the same day.

That’s for the three main models (the S10, S10 Lite and S10 Plus). However the source adds that the 5G S10 – which might be called the Galaxy S10 X – will hit the stores on March 29.

Whenever the Galaxy S10 is on sale, it’s likely to be sold by EE in the UK, as the network already lets you register for updates on it. That being said, we’d expect just about all networks to offer one or more models of the S10.

Samsung Galaxy S10 price

Hottest leaks:

  • Samsung Galaxy S10 price is expected to be around $779 / £799

When the S10 does go on sale it’s understandable about it’s pricing, at least for the higher-end models. The most basic version might be less expensive though. 

One price rumor quotes the budget Galaxy S10 Lite model at $650-$750 (roughly £500-£585 ), while another rumor price the Samsung Galaxy S10 at £799 which will likely be around $779 (around AU$1,400) for the 128GB variant and £999 for 512GB of storage.

But also, we’ve heard that the cheapest model (presumably the Galaxy S10 Lite) will cost between around 800,000 won (roughly $710 or £550) and 900,000 won (around $800 or £620).

The same source claims that the top-end 5G model will cost between 1.6 million won (around $1,430, £1,110, AU$1,980) and 1.8 million won (roughly $1,600 or £1,250), making it around twice as expensive.

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