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The AchieVer posted a topic in Mobile ManiaSamsung Galaxy S10+ in Ceramic White Leaks and I Want One Right Now The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be here in just a few days, but this doesn’t mean that leaks should stop making the rounds. And as far as fans are concerned, this is quite alright, especially because these leaks provide us with an early look at everything the Galaxy S10 will bring new to the table. Including a ceramic body, that is, as the most recent scoop reveals the Samsung Galaxy S10+ in Luxurious Ceramic White. As the name suggests, this is one luxurious body finish, and it is expected to be offered only on the top-of-the-range configuration.Only available on top-of-the-range configurationsPrevious leaks indicated that the Galaxy S10+ would only be offered with a ceramic version if you opt for the 512GB storage configuration paired with 8GB of RAM, but more recently, it was speculated that Samsung could go even further than that. As a result, ceramic versions of the S10 might be sold only on the 1TB + 12 GB version. Needless to say, neither the Samsung Galaxy S10e nor the Galaxy S10 versions will come with a ceramic option, so if you want to buy this exquisite finish, you’ll have to pay extra. The ceramic version will be offered in two different colors, white and black, and you can see renders presenting both of them in the photo gallery below. And while the visual differences versus the standard colors might not be striking at first, expect the ceramic versions to feel much more solid and luxurious in hand. We’ll find out everything about the Galaxy S10 lineup at Samsung’s Unpacked event on February 20. Sales will kick off in early March, with a 5G model to also be released to markets where 5G networks are already available. Most likely, the 5G version of the S10 will be available with a ceramic body as well. Source
The AchieVer posted a topic in Mobile ManiaLeaked Prices Show Samsung Galaxy S10+ Will Cost More than iPhone XS Max After getting a super-detailed look at the Samsung Galaxy S10 thanks to the leaked press photos, here’s what appears to be the European pricing of the upcoming flagship. And just as expected, this new leak confirms what we already knew: the S10 won’t come cheap, and what’s even more worrying is that the top-of-the-range model will be more expensive than Apple’s iPhone XS Max. First and foremost, according to MySmartPrice, this is the official pricing for the Galaxy S10 in the Netherlands, but there’s a good chance the device will cost nearly the same in the other European countries too. The leak indicates there will be three different versions of the Galaxy available for purchase, the cheapest of which will be called Galaxy S10e.Galaxy S10 pricesThe cheapest version will cost 749 Euros and will come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, with several colors to be offered, including Canary Yellow, Prism Black, Green, and White. A Blue version of this configuration will land at a later time. Then, it’s the Galaxy S10, which will be offered in two different configurations. The model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will cost 899 Euros and will be sold in Black, Green, White, and Blue. The upgraded configuration features 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage and will be up for grabs for 1,149 Euros in Prism Black, Green, Pearl White, and Blue. And last but not least, it’s the Galaxy S10+ which will be offered in three versions. The cheapest Galaxy S10+ will cost 999 Euros and will feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, with four colors available, namely Black, Green, White, and Blue. The mid configuration costs 1,249 Euros and is upgraded to 8GB RAM and 512GB of storage, again with four color options – Prism Black, Green, Pearl White, and Blue. And then, there’s the top-of-the-range Galaxy S10+ available for 1,499 Euros and offered with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage and sold in Ceramic Blue and Ceramic White options. There are no details regarding the Galaxy S10 with 5G support, but it’s expected to hit the shelves later this year. Source