Samsung has officially unveiled its latest flagship devices, the Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+ and Galaxy Fold. In this post, we cover everything we know so far about the new Galaxy S10 series.
From the looks of it, the Galaxy S10 series is obviously way more captivating and impressive than its immediate predecessor, the S9. There are a number of significant upgrades including in-display fingerprint sensors, 5 Pro-grade camera setup, and reverse wireless charging support. With the Galaxy S10e, Samsung has started an era of offering “affordable” Galaxy S models, though the difference from the Galaxy S10 is not that big.
Although Samsung has indicated that it’s now accepting pre-orders, shipping won’t start until March 8. The more powerful Galaxy S10+ that sports 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage will start shipping at later dates on March.
Pricing-wise, the upgraded Galaxy S10+ with 1TB of storage is the most expensive Galaxy S phone at this time (except for Samsung Galaxy Fold at $1,980 if they’ll go ahead with its release).
The Galaxy S10+ will have a starting price at $1600.
The Galaxy S10 will have a starting price at $899.99.
The Galaxy S10e will have a starting price at $749.99.
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If you want to get official specifications for a model you’re interested in, we suggest that you go straight to the official Samsung website.
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