While smartphone colors may not be as vibrant as they used to be, it’s always nice to see some manufacturers offering up a variety of options.
According to SamMobile, Samsung is planning on offering up some familiar colors with its upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S10. That includes black and white options, but then the company may venture out into more exciting waters and launch yellow and green variants as well. The report also hints that we could see at least one of these options be a gradient color scheme.
Beyond that, the report echoes what we’ve heard in the past more than a few times. There will reportedly be three variants, with the cheapest option rocking 64GB of built-in storage. The other two high-end models will boast an in-display fingerprint reader.
Model number SM-G973x will have a display that measures in at 5.8 inches, while model number SM-G975x will bump things up to 6.44 inches. The model equipped with 64GB of storage will have a 5.8-inch display, too.
One final detail, this time about the Galaxy F foldable smartphone. The report indicates it will have 512GB of built-in storage. That, along with the unique design, may help with that rumored $1,700 price tag at launch early next year.
So, if the Galaxy S10 launches in green and yellow, which model will you pick up?