The sale features a variety of Android handsets from older models like the Samsung Galaxy S4 or Google Pixel 2 to recent flagship phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G or LG v40 ThinQ. Some devices have already sold out, so don't miss this sale.
Samsung's Galaxy S20 series and S10 series flagship phones have started receiving the latest October 2020 Android security patch. Other recent Samsung flagship phones such as the Galaxy Note 20 series and the Z Fold 2 are expected to receive the update soon.
Samsung has started rolling out the latest August 2020 Android security patch for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e phones. In addition to the latest security patch, the update comes with minor camera and Wi-Fi stability improvements as well.
These phones still pack plenty of power and are available at a steep discount if you don't mind a little bit of cosmetic wear. The sale includes models from the Galaxy S7 to the Galaxy S10 with various carrier, color, and storage choices.
Daily Steals is offering $270 off the regular price of a Samsung Galaxy S10+ when you enter the following promo code during checkout. These New, Open Box models are fully unlocked and ready for use on all major U.S. carriers.
Verizon's offering $600 off Samsung's Galaxy S10 when you buy another with monthly device payments and add a new line to any Unlimited plan. New customers can also score a $150 Verizon gift card with each device when you port-in a previous number.
Buying a new phone can be a load of fun, except when it comes time to pay the bill. Last year's Galaxy S10 can be yours for a good deal cheaper than its newer S20 siblings, but is it still worth your time and attention? Here's what some of our AC forum members think.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S20's ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is pretty awesome, but it'll pose problems if you want to use it with some screen protectors. Get these if you want guaranteed compatibility.
The Un-Carrier has begun rolling out One UI 2.1 for the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e. The update brings with it the April 2020 security patch, as well as a host of camera features first introduced with the Galaxy S20 series.
The "value flagship" segment is growing in popularity as top-end phones get even more expensive. But when you're looking to save money, you also have the option of simply buying last year's flagships. So, is the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10 Lite a better buy?