Flagship smartphones these days are seeing an increase in price. Apple is a good example of that where its flagship smartphone is priced starting at $1,000, a good couple of hundred dollars more than what it used to be back in the day. Apple isn’t alone in increasing its prices as its competitors, such as Samsung, are just as guilty.
Unfortunately that won’t be changing come 2019 with the Galaxy S10 because according to a report from Gizmodo UK, they have heard from their sources that the 1TB Galaxy S10+ could be priced at a whopping £1,399, which after conversion is roughly $1,700. Of course whether or not those will be the actual prices in the US is unclear, but suffice to say it won’t come cheap.
To give it some context, the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max with 512GB of storage is priced at $1,449, so it wouldn’t be out of the question to think that a 1TB model might cost more. However this is assuming you get the 1TB model, but according to the report, the other models are relatively more affordable.
The 128GB Galaxy S10+ will be priced at £899, while the 512GB model will cost £1,099. There will be the smaller Galaxy S10 with a 6.1-inch display that will go for £799 and £999 for the 128GB and 512GB models respectively, and as you might have heard, there are rumors that there could be a flat screen version of the Galaxy S10, which apparently will retail for £669 for the 128GB model. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but honestly in this day and age, those prices don’t really come as a surprise.
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