The red Galaxy S10 model may have been scrapped by Samsung
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ concept renders
In early October, Samsung reportedly finalized the Galaxy S10’s color options. But if a new report by CompareRaja is anything to by, one of these has since been scrapped while another has been assigned to just one model.
While availability may vary by market, it’s claimed that all three Galaxy S10 models will purchasable in Black, White, Blue, and Green finishes. Alongside these, it appears the cheaper Galaxy S10 E will also be sold in Yellow. Rather interestingly, though, this variant will be limited to a small number of “youth-centric” markets, whatever that means.
Unfortunately, for those of you looking forward to the rumored red variant of Samsung’s flagships, it seems as though the company has since scrapped the model entirely as it made no appearance in the report.
Aside from the color options, the report backs up a number of previous leaks. More specifically, it lists the battery capacities as 3,100mAh, 3,500mAh, and 4,000mAh respectively. It also refers to the presence of an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+.
Lastly, this particular report states that Samsung’s budget flagship won’t be called the Galaxy S10 E. Instead, it’ll stick to the rumored name of Galaxy S10 Lite. As nobody can seem to agree on the branding, though, either one of these could be wrong.