Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has been making rounds of leaks now and we almost know everything about the device which has to come yet.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is a premium flagship which is about to unveil during the Mobile World Congress 2019 on February 20. According to Preorder page on Samsung Galaxy Philippines, the rumored Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Limited addition with 1TB Storage and 12GB RAM would be made available by March 15.
As Samsung tend to launch their devices globally so we cannot expect too much difference in normal Samsung S10 Plus device and its limited edition. However, some reports claim that Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus limited edition might become available earlier than the launch of S10 Plus or later in markets other than Korea.
However, it is confirmed that Galaxy S10 Plus will be released in March. The elder brother of Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10E is little different in appearance as well, we got hands-on latest images leaks as well which suggests that Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has dual punch hole camera at the front.
The entry level Galaxy S10 which is called Galaxy S10 Lite aka Galaxy S10E with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage will cost around $880. The normal Galaxy S10 with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage will cost $1050 and 8GB RAM and 512GB storage variant will cost $1340.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with triple rear camera and dual front camera will cost $1200 for 6GB+128GB variant and $1480 for 8GB+512GB variant.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Specifications
The phone is featured with 6.44-inch display with screen resolution of 1440×2960 pixels, running on Android Pie 9.0 out of the box. The phone is powered by Octra-core processor with 4100mAh battery.
The rear triple camera is 12MP+16MP+13MP the GPU is Mali-G76 MP12 which will run graphics extensive games smoothly on the device. Samsung Galaxy S10 prices seems to follow Apple prices, what it could get from the market only the time will tell but we have seen big names and big prices are going down in the recent sales quarters as Apple CEO Tim Cook was really worried about low Apple iPhone sales. What would happen to Samsung will know after March.