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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 12GB RAM price to be around $1,500 | Report

18 February 2019 4

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 family of smartphones is set to be one of the most powerful ones that Samsung has offered yet. And considering the pricing trend we have seen in recent times, it is confirmed to be one of the most expensive ones as well. A new leak has surfaced online claiming that the top-end Galaxy S10+ will cost around $1,500.

This particular leak is coming from the renowned tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) which goes on to corroborated previous pricing claims. It mentions that the Galaxy S10+ variant with 12GB of RAM and 1TB internal storage will cost CNY 10,000 which is about $1,500. It is already rumored to be a special edition of the flagship but will cost more than a premium for anyone interested in buying one.

The same leak mentions that the model with 8GB of RAM and 512GB onboard storage has an asking price of CNY 9,000 which is about $,1328. There is one more model featuring 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage but the pricing is missing for the same. Although, we can expect it to cost at least $1,000 for sure.

There is no doubt that Galaxy S10+ will be one of the expensive smartphones of the year. As for Galaxy S10, it will be relatively cheaper than the Plus variant but don't expect it to be actually cheap. Lastly, the alleged affordable Galaxy S10e can be expected to cost at least $600 as well.

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