Samsung Galaxy S10 colours and specs leak in full

Yep, this is the motherload of Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks

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For anyone eagerly waiting for the release of the Samsung Galaxy S10 their birthday has just come early.

That's because the entire range of Samsung Galaxy S10 phones has just had its specs and colour options leaked in full.

Every single colour, memory and storage option has just been completely exposed, leaving us with nothing left to know about the Galaxy S10 range's core hardware in advance of Samsung's Unpacked event.

The leak comes from reliable tech leakster Roland Quandt, who yesterday on Twitter posted a Tweet that listed four models of the Galaxy S10 along with their colour options and spec configurations. Here is the Tweet in full:

That Tweet followed a post on WinFuture, also by Quandt, that showed official images of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus off in full, with the front, back and sides of the devices revealed. Some of those images can be seen in the below image gallery.

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So, there we have it. Not only do we have crystal clear images of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus but we also have full range specs.

6GB of RAM and a 128GB hard drive for the entry level S10E puts that phone very much as a competitor specs-wise to devices like the OnePlus 6T and Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro, while the 8GB / 512GB version of the standard S10 feels like more of competitor for incoming flagships like the Huawei P30

And, pleasingly, regular readers of T3 will no doubt have spotted that, just as we reported, the top-spec version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will come with the South Korean maker's brand new, super large and fast, 1TB eUFS 2.1 storage drive, as well as the aforementioned massive 12GB of RAM.

Those specs along with Samsung's Exynos 9820 processor (or Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 CPU in certain territories), sure look like a potent combination and hopefully we will see some very big benchmark scores on test.

As for the colours, we're definitely intrigued to see what the green and pair of ceramic colourways look like (notably after Samsung leakster-in-chief Ice universe added a little extra info about them in a follow-up Tweet to Quandt's), as well as the "Canary Yellow" exclusive for the entry level Samsung Galaxy S10 E, which seems like a nod to the bright yellow finish we saw on last year's Apple iPhone XR.

The only disappointing thing about these leaks? No mention of the 5G Samsung Galaxy S10 that everyone wants, fuelling fears that we may have to wait until August to get our hands on the device. Hopefully we'll find out more at Mobile World Congress 2019, which T3 is attending.

Lead image credit: Roland Quandt / WinFuture