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Act fast: Samsung takes $300 off the Galaxy S10 and S10+ for Prime Day

Yesterday, the US models of the Galaxy S10 series dropped to some of their lowest prices yet. For the Prime Day festivities, Samsung is lowering the price even further, with some models going for as much as $350 off.

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Get an unlocked Galaxy S10, S10+, or S10e for $200 off ($550+) from multiple retailers

There have been countless sales on Samsung's Galaxy S10 series over the past few months, but those discounts usually came with minor catches. The dual-SIM and international models have been easy to find on sale, but those versions don't support Samsung Pay in the U.S., and they're missing a few 4G/LTE bands commonly used by U.S. carriers. More recently, there were some US models on sale, but now there are even bigger discounts.

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Snag up to 35% off a Galaxy S10, S10e, or S10+ on eBay

The upcoming Note10 might be the new hotness, but deals on this year's Galaxy S10 models are getting better and better. One retailer on eBay is selling all three sizes/models at a substantial discount, with the S10e starting at $500, the S10 at $640, and the S10+ at $650 — those last two come with a wireless charger, too. There are a few caveats, though.

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Save up to $300 when purchasing an unlocked Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10+ from Best Buy

Earlier this month we reported Samsung was offering $100 off on most of the S10 lineup. Unfortunately, this deal wasn't available on the least expensive 128GB variants, which meant the 128GB S10e was the same price as the 256GB version at some retailers. However, the brand just extended the markdown to all handsets, and other retailers are even adding some discounts of their own, letting you save up to $300 on a new unlocked phone.

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[Update: Now available in Europe] Leaks show the Galaxy S10 and S10+ in new vibrant red color

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.

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[Update: S10 for $570] The dual-SIM Galaxy S10+ is as low as $680

We recently wrote about how fast the Galaxy S10's prices are dropping, as they have lost about 30% since the device was released three months ago. The trend is continuing, as Samsung's most expensive flagship is now selling for less than $700 in its 128GB international dual-SIM variant.

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This titanium Galaxy S10+ case costs more than the phone itself

Most people spend $15-20 on their phone case and call it a day, but the people behind GRAY are aiming for a different sort of clientele. Their Advent cases for the Galaxy S10+ range in price from $701 for a basic "Titanium" all the way to a whopping $1,343 for a personalized "Aurora."

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Third-party apps can now use the Galaxy S10's ultra-wide camera

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.

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US unlocked Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ variants are up to $200 off

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.

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[Update: Fix rolling out] Samsung pulls Galaxy S10 update after reports of phone-freezing bugs

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.

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