The Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to be revealed next week at Unpacked 2019. We already know a great deal about the devices we’ll be seeing at the event. Recently, the color options for the Galaxy S10 family have been the subject of several leaked renders. Now, we can see two more colors that will be available at a later date: “Cinnabar Red” and blue.
We previously saw the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ in Black, Green, and White colors. Shortly after, we also saw the smaller Galaxy S10e in the same colors. All models of the Galaxy S10 will be available in those three colors, but there are also some exclusive to specific models. The Galaxy S10e will be available in “Canary Yellow” and we were hearing that there would be a blue color for all models available later on. We now have our first look at the blue color and “Cinnabar Red.”
As previously rumored, the Blue color will be made available after the initial launch. We hadn’t heard anything about the Red color option, but it will also be held for later. All three models are said to get Blue, but we’re not sure if the same can be said for red. There will also be Ceramic Black and Ceramic White version of the Galaxy S10+ with 12GB RAM/1TB storage. It’s important to remember that all of these color options will most likely not be available in all markets. We’ve seen OEMs, Samsung included, release special colors for specific markets in the past.
Samsung is going all out with the S10 family. With more models than ever, bleeding edge features like in-display fingerprint scanners, punch-hole displays, and reverse wireless charging, top of the line specs in every category, and a ton of colors to choose from, the Galaxy S10 is going to make a huge splash. Soon we will know everything about it.
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