The Samsung Galaxy S10 series will become official on February 20, and as we're waiting for that day to come, (Italian / European) pricing structures the Galaxy S10 smartphones have surfaced. This information has been shared by an Italian publication TuttoAndroid, and the source claims that the info has been provided by its "sources".
Having said that, based on the provided info, the most expensive Galaxy S10+ variant will be more than twice the price of the Galaxy S10 E. The source claims that the Galaxy S10 E will come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while it will cost €779. That's the only variant of the Galaxy S10 E that will become available, at least in Europe.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will ship in two variants, as per the provided info, the more affordable variant will cost €929 and include 6GB of RAM with 128GB of storage, while the other variant will cost €1,179, and ship with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage. The Galaxy S10+, on the other hand, will arrive in 6GB, 8GB, and 12GB RAM variants, with 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB of storage, respectively, and those three variants will end up costing €1,049, €1,299, and €1,599, respectively.
Now, the 12GB RAM variant of the Galaxy S10+ is presumably the rumored Galaxy S10 X, the only 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 model. That pricing actually goes hand-in-hand with some previous predictions which said that the company's 5G smartphone will end up costing around $1,600.
Design & Specifications
There will be some differences when it comes to design across Galaxy S10 models and even more differences when it comes to specs. The Galaxy S10 E will be the only Galaxy S10 handset to sport a flat display, rumors say. The phone will include a side-facing fingerprint scanner, and ti will also be made out of metal and glass, just like its sibling. This handset, much like every other Galaxy S10 model, will include either the Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855 CPU, depending on the market.
The Galaxy S10 and S10+ will be quite similar in terms of the design, they will be different in terms of size, and the only difference in the design department will be visible on the front, as the Galaxy S10 will include as a single front-facing camera, while the Galaxy S10+ will include two of them. They will ship with identical rear-facing camera setups, and both phones will include in-display fingerprint scanners.
The Galaxy S10 X aka the 5G-enabled variant of the Galaxy S10+, will be quite similar to the Galaxy S10+ in terms of the design, but not identical. The Galaxy S10 X will ship with a ceramic backplate, and it is even rumored to include four cameras on the back, though we're still not sure how accurate that rumor is. The phone will also include an in-display fingerprint scanner, and two front-facing cameras. The Galaxy S10 X may not launch on February 20, along with other Galaxy S10 models, as Samsung may be saving this phone for a separate reveal in March or April, but we'll see.