Galaxy S10 stormed onto shelves earlier this year and has made a name for itself as one of the most complete Android phones you can buy.
Those living in the UK can currently pick up three models of the Galaxy S10; the Galaxy S10e, standard Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+.
But tomorrow, June 7, Samsung will expand the flagship series by introducing its S10 5G that is capable of delivering rapid internet speeds.
The S10 5G also comes with a larger display and battery than any other S10 and also touts an additional camera on its rear that is used for depth measurement.
Although Samsung is launching the most premium version of the S10, that does not mean the firm has forgotten about the other models in its range.
That is because the OEM recently introduced a new colour for its standard S10 and S10+ models that is currently available to purchase on its Switzerland site.
Dubbed “cardinal red”, the new tone is immediately striking; the red used is brighter than on previous Samsung handsets that have released in such a colour scheme.
Moreover, the red rear panel appears to contrast rather significantly with the phone’s black camera module.
The new colour is available for the S10 and S10+ but leaks have also suggested the smaller and more affordable S10e could also receive it soon, too.
Unfortunately, the design upgrade is only available for S10 and S10+ devices with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM.
That means if Android fans want more internal memory they will be unable to obtain the cardinal red edition.
Unfortunately, the new variant is currently unable to purchase on Samsung’s UK store.
It is unknown if the fresh edition will be available for Britons to purchase without having to resort to importing.
Samsung has a history of limiting some colours for its handsets to different regions.
For instance, there is a flamingo pink edition of the S10 available to US customers that cannot be obtained by UK fans domestically.