Available for pre-order in the US since last week, the Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ come in a variety of colors in an attempt to appease all (or at least a large proportion of) tastes. The three new smartphones have four common color variants, while two additional colors are reserved for the most expensive Galaxy S10+ configurations (with 512 GB and 1 TB of storage space, costing $1,249 and $1,599, respectively).
Galaxy S10+ 512 GB and Galaxy S10+ 1 TB are Ceramic White and Ceramic Black - as their names suggest, these models are actually made with ceramic, which covers their entire backs to provide increased scratch-resistance and a more premium feel. The ceramic variants are also 23 grams heavier than the S10+ glass models (198g vs 175g), but everything else is unchanged.The four common colors that the S10e, S10, and S10+ have are Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, and Flamingo Pink, all corresponding to devices with glass backs. The two colors that are exclusive to the
Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ color variants sold in the US in the slideshow below, and you can vote for your favorite in our poll here:You can see all the
Samsung is getting ready to officially release the Galaxy S10 family on March 8, although not all models will ship on that date. US customers who pre-order any S10 or S10+ (but not the S10e) before March 7 will receive a free $130 reward certificate.
P.S.: The yellow Galaxy S10e that's seen on the right in the image embedded at the beginning of this article is not officially available in the US.