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Samsung Slashed the Starting Price of the Galaxy S10 Series to $599

The Galaxy S10 with a cloud wallpaper.

Samsung just announced the latest and greatest with the Galaxy S20 series. But what if you aren’t a trendsetting expensive phone buying kind of person? Then you probably don’t want the Galaxy Z Flip either, but last year’s Galaxy S10 series might be more your speed. The company just announced a price drop—as low as $599.

“Out with the old and in with the new” may as well be the mantra for smartphones. But sometimes a willingness to wait pays off, and not everyone needs a 108 MP camera on their smartphone anyway, right?

If that’s you, your patience has served you well. Samsung’s S10 series is seeing $150 price drops across the board as the new S20 series takes the flagship title.

That puts the Galaxy S10E at just $599, the S10 at $749, and the S10 Plus at $849. Just a few months ago, you would have spent $749 to get the Galaxy S10E, so you’re getting more phone for your money now. You won’t get all the latest and greatest features, but Samsung did promise some of the new software tricks found on the S20 series would come to S10 devices.

The price drops are effective immediately, and Samsung’s website is currently offering additional discounts too.


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