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At the rate things are going, smartphone prices only seem to be going up. Unfortunately that looks like it could be the same for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 series, in which the phone doesn’t look like it will be close to affordable, so maybe it’s time to start saving up for it if you want.

This is based on a post by Tutto Android in which the alleged pricings of the various Galaxy S10 models have been revealed. Note that these prices are in euros which means that in the US and other parts of the world, the price of the phone could be different. However its pricing in euros should give us a good idea of what we can expect in terms of relative cost.

Starting with the Galaxy S10 Lite model, this will be priced starting at 779 euros for the 6GB RAM and 128GB model. Next is the regular Galaxy S10 also with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, in which it will be priced at 929 euros. Then there will also be the Galaxy S10+ which is priced starting at 1,049 euros for the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage configuration.

It also seems that there could be a 1TB Galaxy S10+ model with 12GB of RAM in which it could be priced at a whopping 1,599 euros. Take these prices with a grain of salt for now, but the phones are expected to be officially announced come 20th February, 2019 so we should have more details then.

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3400 mAh
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