A report from Italy on the Samsung Galaxy S10 prices confirms the British prices we saw over a month ago. Long story short, you can spend €780 for the base model or twice as much for the fully-loaded model (with 4G connectivity, the 5G phones will likely cost even more).
Here’s the rundown:
|Galaxy S10 Lite||Galaxy S10||Galaxy S10+|
Note that the RAM and storage capacity are tied – that is if you want more storage, you have to get more RAM too. That makes the jump between memory tiers a salty €250. Good thing that Samsung will preserve the microSD slot.
Anyway, these are essentially identical to the British prices with some fluctuation in the euro/pound exchange rate. Costs in mainland Europe should be similar, though sometimes things get pricier in Germany and France – and especially in Scandinavia.
Here’s a list of expected color options. It seems that Green will join Black and White as a standard color, then the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy S10+ will have extra versions – a youthful yellow for the Lite and two non-ceramic special versions for the S10+.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 trio will be unveiled on February 20 and should be in stores on March 8.
Source (in Italian)
There's literally no reason to get the Note 9 Over S10 or S10+ except for the pen since they all come with the new SoC which makes a difference in raw performance, and battery life will be better due to 8nm arquitecture.
lets be honest wireless charging is an extra that adds little to no benefit than wired charging. why add it unless it add a huge benefit in convenience. if itoffers not much value add it for without increasing cost.