Adding to the numerous rumors and buzz around the 10th-anniversary Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone is a new report that 'details' the release dates and the prices of Samsung's new flagship device.
Gizmodo caims that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S10 on February 20 and it will go on sale as soon as March 8.
The site also reveals that Samsung will charge up to £1,399 ($1,750) for the range:
A new flat-screen budget Galaxy S10 will cost £669 ($845) with 128GB of storage. Above that, the standard Galaxy S10 will have 128GB and 512GB storage options costing £799 ($1,009) and £999 ($1,260). Finally, the larger Galaxy S10 Plus will cost £899 ($1,135) for 128GB, £1,099 ($1,390) for 512GB and £1,399 ($1,750) for a new 1TB option.
US pricing is typically lower because UK prices include sales tax.
The report also repeats several of the headline features that had previously leaked: the new Infinity-O ‘cutout’ display, an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader (Qualcomm), additional rear cameras and ‘Powershare’ which lets users wirelessly charge devices from their phone. Samsung’s Face ID rival has been scrapped and there are also doubts over the headphone jack.
As always, such reports are generally meant to generate buzz and should always be considered as rumors.