The Samsung Galaxy S10 will land inside Q1 2018. The phone, which Samsung is pitching up against Apple’s trio of new iPhones, will be a redesigned handset with plenty of new specs and features.
But one thing most of us never think about have now been confirmed: we know what color options Samsung will be retailing the Galaxy S10 in.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Colors
According to this leak, the Galaxy S10 will be available in the following color options:
Pretty standard stuff, mostly. Though the inclusion of pink and green is pretty left-field, especially for a Samsung flagship. Normally the color schemes are pretty conservative. Not this time! Green sounds very interesting too. I hope it’s Caterham green!
Samsung Galaxy S10 CPU
We also learned a little bit more about Samsung’s choice of chipset for the Galaxy S10 too:
“The Galaxy S10 is expected to pack 7nm processors made by Samsung and Qualcomm,” notes BGR, “including the Exynos 9820 and the Snapdragon 855/8150. The NPU will likely be a highlight of these new chips because Samsung will want to compare its AI against Apple and Huawei’s NPUs.”
Right now there are only two 7nm chips in existence; Apple’s A12, inside the iPhone XS MAX, and Huawei’s Kirin CPU, which will power the Mate 20 PRO.
This move shows Samsung’s relationship with Qualcomm shows no sign of abating. The dawn of 7nm chipsets is quite a big deal. For one, they’re way more power efficient. Second, the AI inside these new-generation chipsets is incredibly powerful.
Just look at write-ups of Apple’s new Bionic A12 chipset. It’s an utter badass.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will get a release during Q1 2019 and it is expected to be priced in-line with Apple’s iPhone XS and XS Max, meaning it’ll be very expensive.
There will also be three models too; two EDGE versions, and one standard (this one will likely be the cheaper option).