The latest leak surrounding the Galaxy S10 points to the largest variant of the trio, the Galaxy S10+, coming with a 7.8mm thick body and featuring a massive 4,000mAh battery. That’s the same battery size as the Galaxy Note 9 from last year which Samsung highlights as having an “all-day” battery life.
If the 7.8mm thickness is true then the Galaxy S10+ will be a fair bit thinner than the 8.5mm thick Galaxy S9+ from 2018.
Sadly, @UniverseIce has also debunked rumors of the Galaxy S10 series coming with LPDDR5 and UFS 3.0 NAND storage. Instead, the handsets will continue to make use of LPDDR4 RAM and UFS 2.1-based NAND solution similar to the last few flagship Galaxy devices.
S10 Lite: 128GB
S10+ 5G: 256GB/512GB/1TB
Folding phone (not 100% sure): 512GB/1TB
— Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) January 13, 2019
The storage configurations of the three Galaxy S10 series have also been leaked. It looks like Samsung has decided to bump the base storage across its entire S10 lineup to 128GB. The Galaxy S10 Lite will come with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage, with the regular Galaxy S10 and S10+ coming with 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage.
Similar to the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung will also be launching a special variant of the Galaxy S10+ with 8GB RAM and 512GB of storage. There are rumors of another variant with 12GB RAM and 1TB storage also being launched, though this will likely be available in only selected markets and in limited quantities.
Samsung has already sent out invites for the Galaxy S10 series launch event on February 20. The devices will be unveiled ahead of MWC, with Samsung also expected to unveil its foldable phone at the event.