Fully-loaded Galaxy S10+ will cost €1,600, base Galaxy S10 Lite half that

22 January 2019

A report from Italy on the Samsung Galaxy S10 prices confirms the British prices we saw over a month ago. Long story short, you can spend €780 for the base model or twice as much for the fully-loaded model (with 4G connectivity, the 5G phones will likely cost even more).

Here’s the rundown:

Galaxy S10 Lite Galaxy S10 Galaxy S10+
128GB 6GB RAM
€780
6GB RAM
€930
6GB RAM
€1,050
512GB - 8GB RAM
€1,180
8GB RAM
€1,300
1TB - - 12GB RAM
€1,600

Note that the RAM and storage capacity are tied – that is if you want more storage, you have to get more RAM too. That makes the jump between memory tiers a salty €250. Good thing that Samsung will preserve the microSD slot.

Anyway, these are essentially identical to the British prices with some fluctuation in the euro/pound exchange rate. Costs in mainland Europe should be similar, though sometimes things get pricier in Germany and France – and especially in Scandinavia.

Here’s a list of expected color options. It seems that Green will join Black and White as a standard color, then the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy S10+ will have extra versions – a youthful yellow for the Lite and two non-ceramic special versions for the S10+.

  • Galaxy S10 Lite: Black, White, Green + Yellow
  • Galaxy S10: Black White, Green
  • Galaxy S10+: Black, White, Green + 2 special versions

The Samsung Galaxy S10 trio will be unveiled on February 20 and should be in stores on March 8.

Source (in Italian)

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