“Samsung is expected to launch the upcoming Galaxy S10 series with a flurry of colour options”
Rumour mill is not settling down with Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks. With the smartphone’s launch just around the corner (February 20th in San Fransisco), new renders of the regular Galaxy S10 model and entry-level Galaxy S10e handset have surfaced online. Though except for the colour options, the images reveal nothing new about the devices. It’s worth mentioning that Samsung is expected to roll out the Galaxy S10 series with a flurry of colour options, and the leaks have been reflecting the same lately.
A few days ago, the Galaxy S10+ was spotted in Ceramic Black, Prism Black, and White colour options. Whereas, the Galaxy S10e surfaced in Prism Black, Prism Green, and Pearl White on leaked renders. Notably, the latter offering is also tipped to arrive in Canary Yellow shade that looks similar to the iPhone XR.
Now, more renders of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e have surfaced online. The leaked renders (courtesy: MySmartPrice) have revealed both the offerings with the Blue paint job. The report has also revealed that this Blue colour variant of the Galaxy S10 along with Black, Green, and White shades will pack 6GB of RAM, while the 8GB RAM option of the handset will be offered in Prism Black, Pearl White, Green, and Blue hues. There’s also a special Cinnabar Red colour option of Galaxy S10 in the making, and the leak by Mobile Crypto Tech reveals the same.
It’s been all over the internet that this year Samsung will roll out as many as three smartphones under its Galaxy S10 series. All the three models – Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10 Plus – are tipped to differ from one another, but are likely to be driven by the same Snapdragon 855 SoC or its equivalent Exynos 9820 mobile platform (depending on the market). The leaks and rumours have already revealed most of the specs of Galaxy S10 models, so the biggest draw at the launch event will be their price and availability.