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Galaxy S10: You’ll See The 2019 Flagship in These Colors

by Justin Herrick | November 20, 2018November 20, 2018 8:30 am PST

You’ll be able to choose between several colors when Samsung’s next flagship arrives in 2019. The Galaxy S10 will be sold in at least four colors, according to SamMobile. In a new report, the entire four-color selection gets revealed. But it’s important to remember that not all colors will be offered in every market. Samsung places limitations on which colors get sold where.

The report says there will be black, white, yellow, and green variants. Samsung hasn’t been too adventurous with its color palettes in recent years, but there was a period when Galaxy-branded flagships were presented in eye-catching shades.

Just remember that, depending on where you live, Samsung might not sell the Galaxy S10 in some colors. It all comes down to which region you’re located in.

As for other features, SamMobile reminds us that this flagship will ship in 5.8- and 6.44-inch sizes. Both will have an in-display fingerprint scanner. There will be a third model, but it won’t have the next-generation biometric authentication feature. Samsung wants the third model to be on the affordable side.

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Samsung’s foldable phone was name-dropped in the report, too. It should be called the ‘Galaxy F’ when unveiled next year, and expect 512GB of internal storage. The two color options are black and silver.

The Infinity Flex Display was shown off during Samsung’s annual developer conference earlier this month.

We’re not entirely sure when the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy F are set to make their global debuts. Samsung could include them at MWC 2019 in late February, but there’s a possibility the foldable phone gets an early look at CES 2019 a month earlier. As usual, we’ll have to wait and see what happens in the coming months.

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