Possible Galaxy S10 series storage configurations emerge in new leak
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ concept renders
After months of speculation, the storage configurations of Samsung’s entire Galaxy S10 lineup may have just been revealed by Max Weinbach, who cites multiple industry sources.
Commencing with the cheapest model of all, it appears as though the Galaxy S10E will be available in just one configuration. Nevertheless, it improves upon the base Galaxy S9 model by bringing 128GB of expandable storage and 4GB of RAM to the table.
Moving over to the regular Galaxy S10, its configurations will be mostly on par with last year’s Galaxy S9+ by including 6GB of RAM and giving consumers the option of either 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. The previous 64GB base model has, however, been scrapped entirely.
These exact configurations are also carried over to the larger Galaxy S10+. But in order to compete with the current-gen Galaxy Note 9, a variant with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage should be available to purchase.
Completing Samsung’s lineup will be the 5G Galaxy S10 model. Details about this smartphone remain pretty scarce at the minute but according to this particular leak, it’ll arrive in three configurations: 8/256GB, 8/512GB, and a top-of-the-line 1TB variant complete with 12GB of RAM.
On a side note, Samsung’s foldable smartphone also looks set to ship with 12GB of RAM and either 512GB or 1TB of internal storage.
It’s worth noting that, despite the likelihood of these configurations, the industry sources cited are yet to confirm the setups in their entirety. Because of this, the leak currently stands as a rumor and should be taken with a grain of salt.