The Samsung Galaxy S10 line could start at US$859 in Europe
The cost and SKU structure of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 series may have been leaked. A recently-posted schematic indicates that even the lowest-spec'd possible variant, the S10 E, will cost €749 (about US$859) in this region. This steadily rises through the device line's tiers until it culminates in a truly jaw-dropping price for the best-equipped version.
For the S10 E's alleged price, customers apparently get only one storage SKU - 128GB, with 6GB of RAM. The new leak also lists the color options associated with each of the S10 line's apparent European versions. These have been covered in a previous report. According to this new leak, however, there is also a blue variant, although it will not be available straightaway on the series' launch.
According to this report, the S10 E will be joined by the S10 and S10+ in this market. The S10's 6GB/128GB variant will apparently cost €899 ($1031), whereas the only alternative, an 8GB/512GB model, would be €250 more (or $1317 in total). The S10+ will cost €999 ($1145) for a 6GB/128GB SKU, or €1249 ($1432) for 8GB/512GB.
However, this last variant may also bring the widely-anticipated 12GB RAM option, which will indeed be paired with 1TB in internal storage. This capacious monster could also be the only one to offer the rumored new ceramic rear panel. The leak specifies that it will be black or white in color. All of these premium specs could bring the final price up to a whopping €1499 ($1718).