Word around the rumor mill suggested Samsung was about to announce a phone with a ridiculous one terabyte of storage built right in, and sure enough: it did.
Samsung announced four different variations of the Galaxy S10 today — the S10e, the S10, the S10+, and the S10 5G. That third one, the S10+, is the one that can come with 1TB of internal storage.
I say “can”, here, because even after you choose between the four aforementioned S10 variations, you’ve got choices. The S10+ comes with three different storage options: 128GB (with 8GB of RAM), 512GB (also with 8GB of RAM), or one terabyte (with a sufficiently wild 12GB of RAM).
Oh, and it has a microSD slot that supports up to 512GB of additional space if carrying around 1TB of data in your pocket isn’t (stressful) enough.
Here’s the rest of the specs:
- 6.4″ Quad HD Curved AMOLED display
- Ultrasonic, in-display fingerprint sensor
- Three cameras on the rear: a 12MP Telephoto lens, a 12MP dual pixel lens, and a 16MP ultra wide lens
- Two cameras on the front: one 10MP dual pixel lens, and one 8MP RGB depth lens
- Dimensions: 74.1 x 157.6 x 7.8mm
- Weight: 175g for the standard model, or 198g for the ceramic models
- 4,100mAh battery
- Runs Android 9.0 (aka Android Pie)
- WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
Samsung hasn’t yet mentioned how much the 1TB S10+ might cost, but it’s probably safe to say the answer is “lots”. We’ll update this page when we hear something more specific than that.
You can find all of our coverage from Samsung’s Unpacked event here.
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