We now have a good idea of when the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus limited edition model (rumored to have 12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage space) can land, as Samsung itself has confirmed a March 15 sales date.
More specifically, the pre-order page for the Galaxy S10 series on the Samsung website contains the image below (after logging in).
It shows outlines of four phones and while none of them are called, it is fairly obvious from the sizes that the two on the left are versions of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus. The other from the right is probably the standard Samsung S10, and the one on the right is the Samsung Galaxy S10E (aka Galaxy S10 Lite), or whatever it should be called.
Next, "Option A" is beyond the almost safe top model, as it is marked as a limited edition, and this shows that on March 1
None of the other models have a date attached, but earlier rumors suggested that they should meet stores on March 8, which means you have to wait a week longer for the best version of S10 Plus.
It is worth noting that March 8 rumors may be wrong obviously. So it is possible that all models will land on March 15, or that the others will actually come later. Since this is for the Philippines, it is also possible that the date of March 15 only applies there, but we expect launch dates to be the same for most countries.
You may want to think twice if you even want this model, which is certainly very expensive, with rumors pointing to a price of about $ 1500 (about £ 1,160 / AU $ 2,115). We are not convinced that it will really benefit from the amount of RAM. Nor are most likely really in need of 1 TB of storage space.
There can still be an even more expensive model that comes later, as we have previously heard whispers of a 5G phone, possibly called the Samsung Galaxy S10 X, which could land on March 29 with an even larger 6.66 inch screen.
Via XDA Developers and SlashGear