Renders for all the three variants has now leaked online, along with leaks of the protective film and a separate render of the Galaxy S10 Lite as well. Let us know in the comments, because at this point we're pretty much at Full Hype and need people to talk to about it. According to the publication, the South Korean company will be holding Samsung Unpacked event on February 20 before the MWC 2019 to announce the Galaxy S10 series.
The newest round of Galaxy S10 rumors come from Gizmodo UK, citing "sources". The phone will be available for pre-order from that date and will be released on March 8. Normal Samsung Galaxy S10 with a curved display with a diagonal of 6.1 inch with 128 GB of memory will cost $1007, and for version 512 GB will have to pay $1260.
The regular Galaxy S10 price will be £799 ($1,007) for the 128GB version and £999 ($1,260) for the 512GB variant.
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It's worth noting that while this pricing may be accurate for the United Kingdom, converting the price into your own currency won't necessarily give you the cost for your own country. Samsung has just unveiled a phone with this feature: the Galaxy A8.
There is also a fourth variant that is only rumored for now and has no substantial leak or some other evidence backing it. It will only have a storage option of 128GB.
The source revealed that the screem sizes for the three S10 smartphones will be: a 5.8-inch screen for the S10 Lite, a 6.1-inch screen for the S10, and a 6.4-inch screen for the S10 Plus. The larger Plus model has a 6.4-inch screen, and either has 128GB for £899 ($1,125), 512GB for £1099 ($1,375), or 1TB for £1399 ($1,750). But Samsung is the leader and probably sells more phones than any of them. The S10 will be equipped with a single front camera and a triple camera setup on the rear.
The other models are believed to be equipped with three-camera systems, ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensors, and Samsung's new One UI software layer atop Android Pie. MWC 2019 will take place from 25 to 28 February. This model is also said to come with 5G support and a total of six cameras.