The tenth anniversary Galaxy S10 will be the star of a launch event set for February 20th in San Francisco, but we obviously won’t have to wait till then before we can have the impression of what the device might bring to bear. The device has been embroiled in a series of leaks, and it appears we will continue to see new information every now and then.
While there have been rumors that the device will come in three basic variants, the latest leak has revealed what might be the possible storage configurations of each variant. The leak comes courtesy of a Twitter user named Max Weinbach, who cites multiple industry sources.
Starting off with the Galaxy S10E – the rumored budget variant of the series, the leak reveals that the device will ship with 4GB RAM and 128GB of expandable storage, while the base Galaxy S10 will get 6GB of RAM with 128GB or 256GB of internal storage.
The source claims the plus-sized Galaxy S10 will get the same configuration as the Galaxy S10, in addition to a variant with 8GB AND 512GB storage so it can be on par with the Galaxy Note 9 with similar configuration.
S10 Lite: 128GB
S10+ 5G: 256GB/512GB/1TB
Folding phone (not 100% sure): 512GB/1TB
— Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) January 13, 2019
The Galaxy S10 5G model will ship with 8/256GB, 8/512GB configurations in addition to a top range variant with 1TB and 12GB of RAM. And while there haven’t been so many details about the foldable phone from Samsung, the leak suggests the device will ship with 12GB of RAM and either 512GB or 1TB of internal storage.