Samsung Galaxy S10 Tipped For February 20 Launch And Up To 1TB Internal Storage
We've seen lots of rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S10, which will be among the first smartphone to launch with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor (at least in the United States). Rumors have hinted that there would be multiple S10 versions with an entry-level S10 packing 4GB of RAM, an S10 Plus with 6GB of RAM, S10 X with 6GB of RAM, and a version of the S10 with 12GB of RAM and 5G connectivity. A new rumor is now making the rounds, and this one is a bit scary.
According to this new rumor, the S10 will launch with an insanely high price for the higher-end models. On the deep end of the S10 range is tipped an S10 Plus with 1TB of storage inside for a whopping $1,765. It's rather hard to stomach that sort of price and storage capacity considering you can add microSD cards if more storage is what you need. The crazy expensive $1,765 device is presumed to be the special edition version that is rumored to have 5G connectivity, 6.7-inch screen, and six total cameras.
Stepping down a rung, the rumor claims an S10 Plus with 512GB of storage will cost $1,386, and an S10 Plus with 128GB of storage will be $1,134. The smaller S10 with 512GB of storage is tipped at $1,260, the S10 with 128GB of storage is tipped at $1,007, and the entry-level S10 Lite is rumored to sell for around $881. Those prices make the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition packing 10GB of RAM for $699 seem like a bargain.
As for screen sizes, the S10 Lite will supposedly pack a 5.8-inch screen with the mainline S10 using a 6.1-inch display. All of the smartphones are said to feature in-display fingerprint sensors and will skip the maligned notch in favor of a pinhole for the front camera to snap through. This new rumor pegs a February 20 launch date for the S10 family.