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Samsung Galaxy S10+ May Be Priced Close to $1,500

By Nitish Singh / February 18, 2019

Samsung is known for its flagship Galaxy and Galaxy Note smartphones powered by Android. The devices are targeted at users who want nothing but the latest in mobile technology, and the latest S10+ is just days away from an announcement. According to recent reports, the 12GB RAM and 1TB storage variant of the upcoming smartphone may be priced at 10,000 yuan ($1,478).

The 2019 flagship Samsung smartphone is set to come with a number of RAM and storage options. The device is set to come with the most powerful hardware available, and it may be much more expensive than the S10. Evan Blass, who is a prominent leaker revealed the alleged prices of the upcoming smartphones.

The leaked image lists prices that are similar to the information relayed by previous leaks. The Galaxy S10+ with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of flash memory will cost 9,000 yuan ($1,330) which is similar to what the EU price leaks suggested. If the leaks are legitimate, we can expect similar pricing globally with some minor differences based on regional pricing and currency conversion rates.

While there are phones that offer up to 1TB in the form of expandable storage, Samsung is set to become the first manufacturer to offer 1TB of built-in storage. The phone is also rumored to be launched with the Samsung Galaxy Buds wireless earphones. The product is set to go head-to-head with Apple’s upcoming AirPods.

Samsung has already launched a trade-in program for the upcoming smartphone that will allow you to get a massive discount on the S10+. The Korean manufacturer will be unveiling the S10 series devices in San Francisco later this week, and pre-orders are rumored to commence on March 8th.

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