Higher-end Samsung Galaxy S10+ could cost more than $1,800

By Muneeb Ahmad on
January 24, 2019
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The upcoming flagship device from Samsung, Samsung Galaxy S10 could cost buyers a lot of money.

The launch of Samsung Galaxy S10 is just a few weeks away and we already know a lot about the smartphone. According to the latest leak which comes from an Italian tech media company, TuttoAndroid, the upcoming premium smartphones from the South Korean giant could cost quite a lot compared to previous models. The smartphone would come in three variants S10 Lite, S10, and S10+, while each of these would also come with different RAM options.

The low-end Samsung S10 version, i.e. Samsung S10 Lite would only come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of memory option costing €780 ($888 or PKR 124,195). The most premium version, i.e. Samsung S10+ with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage would cost €1,600 ($1,822 or PKR 254,936).

Galaxy S10 LiteGalaxy S10Galaxy S10+
128GB Internal Memory6GB RAM
€780/$888/Rs124k
6GB RAM
€930/$1,059/Rs148k
6GB RAM
€1,050/$1,196/Rs167k
512GB Internal Memory8GB RAM
€1,180/$1,344/Rs188k
8GB RAM
€1,300/$1,481/Rs207k
1TB Internal Memory12GB RAM
€1,600/$1,822/Rs254k

As far as the other leaks about the smartphone are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to come in three display sizes. The display on S10 Lite would span over 5.8-inch, while the display on S10 and S10+ would be 6.1-inch and 6.44-inch respectively. The smartphone would come with next-generation LPDDR5 DRAM chips. The smartphone would launch on February 20 and have the hole-punch displays for cameras and sensors.

News — TuttoAndroid Via GSMArena

 
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