Pricing, Colors & More Revealed For All Samsung Galaxy S10 Models


A tipster has just revealed a full list of the Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ variants (and their color options) that will be coming to Europe, in partnership with MySmartPrice. This information comes from Ishan Agarwal, and in addition to variants of the three Galaxy S10 variants that we've mentioned, he also provided price points for all of those variants, European price points, though it is worth noting that this exact pricing is for the Netherlands, so it may differ a bit in other parts of Europe.

Now, according to the provided info, the Galaxy A10e aka S10 Lite will arrive in one variant, the S10 will be available in two variants, while the S10+ will ship in three variants, while the most expensive one will probably support 5G, more on that later, though, kick things off with the Galaxy S10e and work our way up.

The Galaxy S10e will include 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while it will be available in Canary Yellow, Prism Black, Green, White, and Blue. It is worth noting that the Blue color variant will arrive later on. That handset will end up costing €749, says the source. The Galaxy S10, on the other hand, will be available in 6GB and 8GB RAM variants, and those two variants will ship with 128GB and 512GB of storage. Both variants will be available in Prism Black, Green, Pearl White, and Blue colors, while they will cost €899, and €1,149, respectively. It is worth noting that final names of the Galaxy S10 color variants may be a bit more fancy.


The Galaxy S10+ will arrive in three variants, the most affordable one will ship with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, the middle-of-the-road one will pack in 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, while the most expensive one will ship with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. The first two variants will ship in Prism Black, Green, Pearl White, and Blue color options, while they will cost €999 and €1,249, respectively.

The 12GB RAM variants of the Galaxy S10+ will be available in Ceramic Black and Ceramic White color options, according to the source, and it will cost €1,499 in the Netherlands and the rest of Europe. This 12GB RAM model will probably support 5G, even though the source did not mention that part. All the rumors thus far said that the most powerful variant of the Galaxy S10+ will include 12GB of RAM, ceramic back, 1TB of storage, and support 5G. This variant of the phone is rumored to arrive later on, chances are that it will not become available at the same time as all the other models, and it remains to be seen if Samsung will even mention it on February 20, though it's possible that it will get announced at the same time as all the other models. That is basically all the info that the source shared.

February 20 Is The D-Day


Samsung had announced, a while back, that it will host its Unpacked press event on February 20 in San Francisco, prior to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, which is starting at the end of February. It is quite obvious that the Galaxy S10 series will be announced at that event, and the company may even opt to announce its foldable smartphone along with the Galaxy S10.

The company had demoed its foldable phone during its developer's conference last year, but the details were not shared, and the phone was hidden by a heavy-duty case. Some recent promo materials suggested that we will see the company's foldable phones on February 20, but we'll see what will happen, if Samsung opts not to announce the device, it may at least share some info regarding it.

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