Samsung Galaxy S10 Series Phones Prices Leaked

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Samsung is gearing up to release three new smartphones in this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC). It is now confirmed that Samsung will launch three new smartphones in this event. These smartphones will be called as Samsung Galaxy S10 +, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10E.

Samsung S10 Plus

In the past few weeks, we saw many leaked reports. Recently the prices of these upcoming phones have been leaked. The base model Samsung Galaxy S10E will cost you around 749 EURO that translates to 61,000 in INR. It will have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The handset can be launched in Yellow, Prism Black, Green, and White colors.
Galaxy S10’s 6 GB RAM / 128 GB storage variant will available for around 899 euros (around 73,500 INR). It will come in black, green, white and blue colors. 8 GB RAM and 512GB storage variant can be priced at 1,149 Euro (around 93,900 rupees). It could come in Prism Black, Green, Pearl White, and Blue color variants.

The main variant will be the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. It is being said that it will have the best features among these three phones. Talking about its price, it could be priced around 999 EURO (i.e., 81,000 in INR) for 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variant. It’s 8 GB RAM, and 512 GB storage model can be priced at 1,249 Euro (around INR 1, 02,000). Its premium variant could come with 12 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of storage, and it could be priced at 1,499 Euro (Around 1, 20,000 INR).

Samsung could release these phones in India in the first week of March. As of now, there is certain news that Samsung will launch all three models in India or not. Last year, Samsung Galaxy S9 received mix reviews from users and also faced a fewer number of sales in India.

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