Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 which is a new model in the Samsung Galaxy S line up on February 20. Samsung will launch the flagship on March 8 while the pre-orders for the same will commence from February 20 onwards.
The smartphone from Samsung will be available in three different variants depending upon its specification and configurations. The lower end model of S10 will cost £669 ($844 USD) and will come with a flat display and 128GB of storage. And regular S10 can be purchased for 799 ($1,008 USD) with 128GB of storage and £999 ($1,261 USD) for the 512GB model. If you wish to spend more for the Galaxy flagship model then you can get the top-end Galaxy S10+. S10+ will cost buyers £899 ($1,135 USD) for the 128GB version, while 512GB and 1TB variant will be available for £1099 ($1,387 USD) and £1399 ($1,766 USD) respectively.
As per the reports, Samsung is currently working on all the three versions of its flagship model Galaxy S10. And we have got some information for you regarding the specifications of the smartphone. The cheapest version of the Galaxy S10 which is also known as the “flat version” will have 5.8-inch screen while the regular Galaxy S10 will be equipped with a 6.1-inch display. Galaxy S10+, on the other hand, will have a wider screen of 6.4-inches. Apart from this, the smartphone will be equipped with a PowerShare feature. The feature will let users charge other devices wirelessly with the help of Galaxy S10. PowerShare will convert the smartphone to a wireless power bank.
Earlier also there was news regarding the announcement of Galaxy S10 in February 2019 and recent reports have confirmed the same. We do not know whether it is a coincidence or an intention but the previous model of the S series Galaxy S9 was also launched in late February last year. So save your bucks and be prepared for the new launch as its just two months away from now.