Samsung Galaxy S10 series launch date is set for February 20 which is still a month away. The new flagship series will debut at Samsung Galaxy UNPACKED 2019 in San Francisco. Ahaead of the official launch, two models from the S10 flagship series are now certified at the chinese certification agency 3C or CCC. The certification confirms the model numbers of the devices as:
We expect one more model to be certified on China 3C as rumours till date indicate three variants of Samsung Galaxy S10. Earlier rumours indicate model numbers are SM-G970, SM-G975, and SM-G973, out of which the first two are likely the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, with the third one likely being a lite variant. Models SM-G9730, SM-G9750 Certified at China 3C are only the two base variant.
Rumour has it that the Galaxy S10 will not have a headphone jack, but we can’t say for sure yet. Samsung will release three versions of the Galaxy S10, a Galaxy S10 Lite which has a 5.8-inch flat screen display, a Galaxy S10 E aka the Edge 6.1-inch display variant, and a Galaxy S10 Plus with a bigger display at 6.4-inches.
All three Galaxy S10 variants will be powered by a Samsung Exynos 9820 processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 in the US). The S10 will be backed by a 3100mAh battery, the S10 E by a 3,500 mAh battery, while the S10 Plus will come with a 4000 mAh battery. Storage wise the variants could feature 128GB and up to 512GB.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Prices
The Galaxy S10 prices reportedly start at £799 (Rs. 72,000 or $1000) for the regular variant, while the Galaxy S10 Edge could cost £999 (Rs. 90,000 or $1260), and the Galaxy S10 Plus could start at £899 (Rs. 81,000 or $1100), and up to£1399 (Rs. 1,26,000 or $1800) for the highest storage variant.