Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung’s 2019 flagship smartphone, is all set to come out in three variants. The phone will come out in a regular variant, Samsung Galaxy S10, in a ‘Lite’ variant, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite/S10E and in a large-sized variant, the Samsung Galaxy S10+.
With that in mind, Let us take a closer look at all three devices and understand the difference between each of them:
Samsung Galaxy S10
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to come out into the markets in two variants.
Here, the first variant would feature 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage (priced 899 EUR). The second variant offers 8GB of RAM and 512GB storage (priced 1,149 EUR).
Both devices are expected to come out in Black, Green, White and Blue variants (though shades may differ for both). Also, the Galaxy S10 is expected to feature a 6.1-inch display.
Samsung Galaxy S10+
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the large-sized variant of the Galaxy S10 series of devices. Hence, it will offer a 6.4 inched screen (as opposed to the 6.1-inch display on the regular variant). The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is expected to come out in three variants: first offering 6GB RAM/128GB storage (priced 999 EUR), the second offering 8GB RAM/512GB storage (priced 1,249 EUR).
The third variant is the actual powerhouse, as it offers a jaw-dropping 12GB of RAM. Moreover, it also sports 1TB of storage space. This variant is likely to be priced at 1,499 EUR. This plus-sized Galaxy S10 smartphone is expected to get ceramic black and ceramic blue colour variants.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite (Galaxy S10E)
Samsung’s latest addition to their flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S10 Lite is expected to be the lowest priced variant. This is also the smallest variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. Hence, it offers a smaller, 5.8 inch display. Moreover, it also comes with a few design changes. For instance, the in-display fingerprint scanner will be moved to the side, on the lock button.