The new leak pretty much sums up everything we need to know about the device.
Gizmodo UK reports that a major tech retailer in the UK has given them information regarding the pricing, launch date and the available storage options for the Samsung Galaxy S10 variants. The standard curved screen (6.1-inches), comes with either 128GB, costing £799 (roughly $1,000 if you directly convert the price to US Dollars); or 512GB for £999 ($1,250).
Recent leaks have suggested that the variant with 1TB internal storage could be the Galaxy S10 5G variant, or possibly a special edition phone that is believed to have a screen size of 6.7 inches.
It's worth noting that while this pricing may be accurate for the United Kingdom, converting the price into your own currency won't necessarily give you the cost for your own country.
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The Galaxy S10 Plus is pictured with a tic tac hole for two selfie cameras, but makes you wonder if one of them is going to be wide-angle snapper like the Google Pixel 3 setup or just a 2 MP depth-sensing cam for selfies. This variant is expected to be the standard one in the series and the market expectation is it will sell the most in terms of the numbers.
As you can see in the renders attached above, the Galaxy S10, in line with the leaks and rumors, is expected to feature an nearly bezel-less display with a camera hole at the top right. This time it is about the three main variants' display details. However, the Infinity-O display is Samsung's way around the notch and a way to provide a large screen to body ratio to its users. The firm doesn't mention Super AMOLED so we assume it's IPS LCD instead.
Olixar has already started selling protective cases and covers of the Samsung Galaxy S10. The 512GB version will reportedly retail in United Kingdom for £1,099 (approximately Rs 99,000), while the 1TB storage option would cost £1,399 (approximately Rs 126,000). The 512GB model will cost £1,099. Your smartphone will only have one rear camera and will offer the biometric sensor on the side.
Rather than the cheaper optical fingerprint sensor on phones like the OnePlus 6T, it'll use ultrasound waves to read the ridges of your finger in 3D, which is a heck of a lot more secure than the 2D picture an optical scanner gathers by bouncing light off your finger.