South Korean technology giant Samsung this year launched its Galaxy S10e in bright and punchy colours like Canary Yellow and Prism Green. Of course, there were some conventional colours that the handset was made available in including Black, Blue and White shares. Now, some reports have surfaced online that claim that Samsung Galaxy S10e will soon be available in a bright Red colour and that variant will be called as ‘Cardinal Red’.
We should mention that this is the same colour variant in which Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ got listed in a few markets for sale. So, it is not surprising to see Samsung Galaxy S10e being made available in the same colour too. Now, some renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10e’s Cardinal Red colour variant have surfaced online and the report coupled with them also comes with some vague market availability details.
The company has also made ‘Cardinal Red’ models of Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ official. Both the smartphones are now listed on Samsung’s Switzerland website. Now, it seems like the South Korean technology giant doesn’t want its Samsung Galaxy S10e to be left behind either. The company is reported to be working on a Cardinal Red variant of the Galaxy S10e and now, because of the alleged renders that have surfaced online, we know what the device will look like.
The renders of the Samsung Galaxy S10e Cardinal Red variant have been shared by WinFuture and they show a fiery red coloured smartphone. The shade of the colour that has been used is the same as the one used on Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. The Red colour on the smartphone extends all the way from the glossy rear panel of the device to the metallic rim as well as the volume rocker keys and Bixby buttons on the handset. The rear camera of the smartphone features a Darker Red Finish.
According to the report, the South Korean technology giant will be selling the Cardinal Red variant of Samsung Galaxy S10e in Western European nations. However, there is no word on whether the smartphone will be launched in other countries, or what its pricing will be. The market availability of Samsung’s upcoming smartphone variant is tipped to begin in the next few weeks. However, the report has also suggested that in some regions, the smartphone will go on sale as soon as next week.
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