Samsung to Reportedly Debut Galaxy S10 with Up to 1TB Storage on Feb. 20

According to a report by Gizmodo UK, Samsung will release its next flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone on February 20, 2019, just ahead of the annual Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona (via The Next Web). The top end model of Samsung’s 10th-anniversary smartphone is expected to cost as much as $1,765 USD with 1TB of onboard storage.

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 smartphone range is rumoured to consist of a 5.8-inch S10 Lite with a flat screen instead of a curved one, a standard 6.1-inches S10, and an S10 Plus measuring 6.4 inches.

Below are the predicted prices and storage options of the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphones:

  • S10 Lite: £699 ($881)
  • S10 with 128GB storage: £799 ($1,007)
  • S10 with 512GB storage: £999 ($1,260)
  • S10+ with 128GB storage: £899 ($1,134)
  • S10+ with 512GB storage: £1,099 ($1,386)
  • S10+ with 1TB storage: £1,399 ($1,765)

Previous reports, including one from The Wall Street Journal, have claimed that the 6.7-inch S10+ model will feature six cameras and will support 5G.

Other S10 models are expected to feature a three-camera system, in-display fingerprint sensor, and Samsung’s new One UI software on top of the latest Android Pie operating system.

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