Samsung Now Offering up to $300 in Savings for the Galaxy S10 & Galaxy S10 Plus on Its U.S. Website
If you are looking to upgrade to a high-end phone, the Samsung Galaxy S10 series is surely worth a look. Specifically, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus have almost everything that you would expect from a premium device, such as AMOLED screen, in-display fingerprint scanner, flagship chipset, a great camera system, the works. If the prices of the phones seemed too steep earlier, you have lucked out, as the South Korean giant is selling the two at a discounted rate.
The 512GB Variants of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus Cost Only $50 More Than the Entry-Level Models After the Discounts
Before moving on, it’s worth mentioning that the new prices only apply to the U.S. It’s up to you whether you want to buy the phone unlocked or choose a carrier. Now, on to the discounts. The 512GB variant of the Galaxy S10 is now going for $950, as $200 has been shaved of its price.
If you fancy a bigger display, a higher capacity battery, and an additional selfie shooter, then you might think about grabbing the Galaxy S10 Plus. The 512GB model is currently retailing for $1050 instead of $1300, while for the 1TB version, you will have to cough up $1300, which is $300 less than the pre-discounted rate. There are currently no discounts on the Galaxy S10 5G and the Galaxy S10e.
We do not know yet how long the offer will last and whether consumers in other regions will also be treated to the same price cuts. After all, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus are pretty solid devices, and with the recent software update, they even got some coveted Galaxy Note 10 features such as Dynamic Lock screen, AR Doodle, and Samsung DeX for PC. Camera-centric additions include Night Mode for the front camera, Super Steady Mode for shooting videos in Hyperlapse Mode and Live Focus Video have also been added.
So if you live stateside, you might want to think twice before passing up on the latest discount offer. For more details, check out Samsung’s official website.