We're in the run up to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 on 20th February, so there are a lot of rumours and leaks flying around. Seriously, it's like we already know everything about this phone already. Well today a new leak has more pricing information for the phone, and it looks like the people who want the best of the best are going to have to pay a lot for that privilege.
Italian news site TuttoAndroid posted a list of prices for the various Galaxy S10 models, and like our mega leak from before Christmas it's not really good news for people who are sick of increasing phone prices. While the cheapest version is said to be €779 (around £704) the most expensive model is supposed to be an absurd €1,599 (£1,410).
- Galaxy S10 Lite (6GB/128GB): €779 (£704)
- Galaxy S10 (6GB/512GB): €929 (£819)
- Galaxy S10 (8GB/512GB): €1,179 (£1,039)
- Galaxy S10 Plus (6GB/128GB): €1,049 (£925)
- Galaxy S10 Plus (8GB/512GB): €1,299 (£1,14)
- Galaxy S10 Plus (12GB/1TB)L €1,599 (£1,410)
As for colouring, the following models will be available in these colours:
- Galaxy S10 Lite: Black, White, Yellow and Green
- Galaxy S10: Black, White and Green
- Galaxy S10 +: Black, White, Green, plus two non-ceramic special editions
Those prices are slightly higher than what sources told us, but as we've seen several dozen times in the past price conversions don't mean a damn thing. Still, the prospect of paying over £1,400 for a phone isn't a good one, and it makes you wonder why you need 1TB of storage - let alone 12GB of RAM. We've only just started seeing a few phones with 10GB of RAM, so is 12GB really necessary? We'll have to wait and see.
We don't have to wait that long, thankfully. The next Galaxy Unpacked is set to take place on 20th February, and according to TuttoAndroid the phones will be released in Italy just over two weeks later on 8th March. [TuttoAndroid]