Samsung may have unveiled some fancy new phones yesterday, but that doesn't mean the old ones are any less good. The Galaxy S10+ was released last spring, and now it's on sale for a mere $549.99 at eBay. Samsung still sells the US version for around $850, so this is a solid discount on a device with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and an in-display fingerprint sensor.
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Samsung has been killing it with system updates lately, often beating even Google to the punch when it comes to security patches. This isn't different this month around, as the manufacturer is already distributing the August security update. First we saw a few Galaxy S10 units in Germany start picking it up, followed now by S20 and Note 10 models.
The Galaxy S10 series is still worth buying in 2020, since the phones have most of the features from the S20 (and some the S20 dropped entirely) at lower prices. Now you can get the 1TB version of the S10+ for $899.99, a $400 reduction from the usual price of $1,300. Plus, it's the full US version, not one of the dual-SIM variants with poor LTE support.
Samsung's Galaxy line of smartphones includes some of the best-selling Android handsets you can get. Last year, our own David Ruddick even said he'd pick it over the Pixel 3 XL in his review of the device. Now you can grab one for yourself for the low price of just $568 with this exclusive promo code.
The Galaxy S20 series is finally available, but given the $1,000 price for just the base model, it's certainly not a good choice for everyone. For those of you not comfortable with spending that much on a phone, Samsung is keeping the S10 series around, and dropping prices in the process. You can now get the 512GB Galaxy S10 for just $699.99 on Amazon, which is the lowest recorded price yet for this model.
While the GalaxyS20 and Galaxy Z Flip might be the Samsung phones on everyone's mind right now, it's also a great time to save big on one of the company's previous models. Right now, you can pick up an unlocked Galaxy S10 from Amazon in black for only $549.99 — a savings of ~$200 when compared to the phone's most recent pricing.
Samsung has been testing Android 10 on its Galaxy S10 series extensively, with one beta update chasing the other over the last few weeks. The company is apparently finally satisfied with the software, as it has just started rolling out the stable release with version 2.0 of One UI in tow. It looks like it's only coming to some people in Germany, but it can't take too long until it arrives at more customers.
If you didn't jump on the opportunity to get a Galaxy S10+ for $300 off a couple of days ago, here's another — and more interesting — opportunity: Thanks to this deal, you can snatch the unlocked 512GB version for $860, which is $390 off the regular retail price. It's a better offer than the previous markdown, as the 512GB model was selling for $950 last week.
Although the Galaxy S20 lineup is just around the corner, the S10+ remains a performant and attractive device. If you missed your chance to snatch one for $300 off last month, here's another opportunity to get the same markdown on a brand new handset. The three versions are on sale, namely the 128GB model for $700, 512GB for $950, and 1TB for $1300.
The Galaxy S10 is Samsung's main flagship phone... for a few more months, anyway. It's still one of the best Android devices you can buy at the moment, and now the 512GB variant is at its lowest price yet: $799.99. That's $350 below MSRP