Samsung is announcing the Galaxy S10 smartphones at the Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 20, but we’ve learned a little something about their pricing in advance. At the end of 2018 some pricing for the UK market was leaked, and now we get intel on the costs of the flagships for Continental Europe. The most affordable of the bunch – Galaxy S10 E (or just Galaxy S10 5.8) will be 749, while the regular Galaxy S10 is going to start from 899.
Samsung Galaxy S10 pricing in Europe
The Galaxy S10 E (previously rumored as Galaxy S10 Lite) will come in at least four colors, with Canary Yellow being an exclusive option. There will be only one memory option – 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, but we expect microSD slot to enable expansion. Samsung will launch the phone also in Prism Black, Green, and White, while Blue is expected to arrive later.
Samsung is preparing the Galaxy S10 in two variations. The 899 base version has 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage, while 1,149 get you a 8/512 GB unit.
Official-looking Samsung Galaxy S10+ renders
Upgrading to the Galaxy S10+ with its five cameras will cost you an extra 100 for a total of 999. For the big spenders, there is the Galaxy S10+ with 12 GB RAM and 1 TB storage for 1,499. It will come exclusively with Ceramic Black or Ceramic White back panel.
All these prices are for the Netherlands, but they should also apply to other EU countries. And if the typical conversion rate is applied slapping a US dollar sign in front of the numbers would give a pretty accurate prediction of what Samsung fans in the United States have to shell for the latest Galaxy S10 phones.