The Samsung Galaxy S10 series may get a new color: red
The Galaxy S10 and S10+ had been rumored to rock a bright red color, that would have been new to the Samsung flagships, prior to their launch. The actual range of shades displayed at this event appeared to debunk this theory. However, the option now seems to be back on the table, thanks to a new exclusive leak of Roland Quandt's.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series launched in a number of novel colors, some of which werenew to this flagship series. For example, the Galaxy S10e is available in a shade called Canary Yellow. However, those who remain unimpressed with these options may have an alternative for their Samsung flagship-buying needs in the future. At least, this is what WinFuture's Roland Quandt insinuates in the course of a new, "exclusive" leak.
To this end, Quandt has posted images of what look like Galaxy S10s in a heretofore-unseen red color. This putative new option seems to apply to the S10 and S10+ only, and is markedly different from the Burgundy Red SKU seen in the Galaxy S8 series. It should be noted that it looks an awful lot like the red versions of these phones that were also leaked prior to their actual launch.
Back then, it was thought this SKU would be called 'Cinnabar Red', and that it might be a special edition for the Chinese market. There are no references to these details in this new comeback for the 'red S10' leak. Quandt has also not mentioned when this variant will be available, or to which markets it may be released - presuming it ever does.
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