Samsung’s Galaxy S10 was launched back in March with this device arriving with plenty of new features and updates.
This latest flagship gets a triple rear camera, faster processor and a display which pushes closer to the edge of the phone with minimal bezels helping to bring a more immersive experience.
There’s also a technology called PowerShare tucked inside which allows users to turn the S10 into a portable wireless charger.
There’s no question the S10 is a very good phone but when it was first released it was also pretty expensive.
The standard 128GB model started from £799 and if you wanted the 512GB version you’d have needed just shy of £1,000 in your bank account.
However, things have begun to take a tumble and a new deal from Carphone Warehouse is making things even more affordable.
Their latest S10 price drop means you can currently pop an S10 in your pocket for £39 per month with no upfront fee.
There’s also 30GB of data and you get an upgrade from the 128GB model to the 512GB version for free.
The total price for this contract is £936 over two years which is £63 cheaper than the original SIM-free cost.
That deal is good but it’s worth noting that there are other offers also available including a big price drop from Samsung’s own store.
The latest discounts mean you can pick up the S10e for £569 (saving £100), the 128GB S10 for £699 (saving £100) and the 512GB S10 for £799 (saving £100).
There’s also a reduction to the S10+ which now costs £799.
The news of these offers come as Samsung’s new Note 10 smartphone finally goes on sale today with this device getting an updated triple rear camera, faster processor and an improved display.
There’s also a new S Pen which now allows you to interact with the device without touching the screen and the Note comes in two sizes including the standard 6.3-inch model and larger 6.8-inch plus version.
Note 10 prices start from £869.
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