The Galaxy S10e may be the lowest-priced member of the S10 family, but its arguably the most interesting, offering value-for-money unheard of in the Galaxy S range. The international dual-SIM variant of the S10e has been dropping in price, from $600 in April, to $520 in May, and now to $500. If the lack of warranty is a deal-breaker, $550 gets you the US variant from B&H.
The wide range of Android phones on the market is one of the platform's greatest strengths - there's something for everyone. However, with all the choices available, trying to find the best smartphone an be like looking for a needle in a haystack. To help you out, we've compiled a short list of the best Android phones you can buy, from low-end budget devices to premium flagships.or even Read More
The Galaxy S10 is already available in white, black, green, and blue, and even though the phone came out two months ago, it might make a new shiny entrance in a vibrant red coat. Indeed, images leaked showing both the S10 and S10+ in a new color, reportedly named Cardinal Red. Read More
More cameras on a phone is great and all, but in most cases, the only app that can use them is the system camera. Samsung's Galaxy S10+ has five separate cameras, two on the front (one regular, one depth-sensing) and three on the back (one regular, one wide-angle, and one telephoto), and the S10 has the same setup minus the front depth sensor. As part of a recent software update, apps on the S10 can now access more than just the regular front and back cameras. Read More
Just yesterday, we shared an interesting deal on the international dual-SIM Galaxy S10+ that had dropped to $680. Although this was quite an exciting offer, the international variant isn't compatible with all US carriers and doesn't get the same warranty coverage as American versions. Thankfully, these are now on sale, as Samsung is offering a $100 price cut on most models, and some retailers are even doubling that discount. Read More
Last week, Samsung pushed out a software update (XXU1ASE5) to the Exynos versions of the Galaxy S10 series, delivering the latest security patches for May, plus a handful of camera improvements, including an improved night mode. One week later, Samsung has stopped distributing that update. According to SamMobile, it was pulled as a result of widespread bugs, which include issues with third-party apps and the entire phone freezing up. Read More
When Samsung designed its Infinity-O display, it probably didn't expect fans around the world would create amazing wallpapers to embrace the camera cutout. In fact, these were so popular they even got their own subreddit, before the company itself published a few official ones. The company is following up with this trend by releasing a bunch of new hole-punch wallpapers for the S10 and S10e featuring Disney and Pixar characters. Read More
It's just over two months since the Galaxy S10 family went on sale, and the international edition can now be had on eBay for a cool 30% markdown — starting at $520 for the S10e. Keep in mind that these are dual-SIM international variants which are unlikely to be covered under US warranty though.
Despite new flagships coming out, the Galaxy S10 is still one of the hottest phones around. Even though its price could have been a roadblock when it was announced back in February, you don't need to spend as much now. Indeed, thanks to a a promotion on the device's international version on eBay, you can pay as low as $596 for the S10, $675 for the S10, and $775 for the S10+ in their 128GB versions. Read More
If you're thinking of getting a Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10+ with a US carrier, now is probably a good time to do so. All three versions are currently on sale, with discounts ranging from $50 to $100 for the Galaxy S10e or $100 to $200 for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+. The condition to enjoy this rebate is to buy your phone directly from Samsung and activate it on one of the major American carriers, namely AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Verizon. Read More