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The Galaxy S10 is Samsung’s most expensive phone yet

Will Georgiadis
23 Jan 2019
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A recent leak has revealed the price of the Samsung Galaxy S10, and it’s far from cheap

The Galaxy S10 might be Samsung’s most expensive phone yet, according to a recent reveal. The leak, courtesy of Italian website TuttoAndroid, has given us our first taste of what to expect from Samsung’s trio of Galaxy-branded phones when they finally arrive on 20 February.

According to the leak, the most you can expect to spend on one of Samsung’s new flagship phones is a whopping £1,410. This is for the top-end Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, which offers a massive 1TB of internal storage and 12GB of RAM. That’s a massive price jump of £541 when compared to the Galaxy S9 Plus’ launch price.

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Fortunately, not all of the new Galaxy S10 models will damage your bank balance quite so much. The cheapest of Samsung’s flagships, the Galaxy S10 Lite, will cost you roughly £704 at launch. This phone, according to the leak, will include 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

As for everything in-between, prices are expected to start at around £819 for the regular Samsung Galaxy S10 with 6GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Upgrade that to 8GB of RAM and you’ll be forced to pay upwards of £1,039.

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If you’re interested in a larger screen, however, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will start at £925 for the base model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of on-board storage. A configuration with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage is also expected, and will set you back £1,143.

Finally, the report indicates that all three Galaxy S10 phones will go on sale on 8 March in Italy. This is only two weeks after the initial reveal event on 20 February, so you better start saving.

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