The One UI 2.1 update with Galaxy S20 camera features will begin rolling out to Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series phones in the U.S. tomorrow. Along with camera features such as Night Hyperlapse and Single Take, the update will bring features like Quick Share and a smarter Gallery app.
Samsung's Galaxy S10 drops to just $20 per month with a new line of service. Meanwhile, if you choose to pick up the new Galaxy S20, you can score a free Galaxy S10 with its purchase while adding a new line on any Unlimited plan.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ are on sale with prices starting at $600. You can find the 128GB S10 on sale for $600, the 512GB version for $700, or the 128GB S10+ for $700 but only for the next few days.
Sprint is offering customers the Samsung Galaxy S10 for $0 per month when you sign up for an 18-month Flex Lease and add a new line of service. You could also score the Galaxy S10e for $5/month with a Flex Lease by adding a new line to your account.
The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 5G, S10+, and the S10e just received a price cut at Verizon. Pick the device of your choice with payments starting at $25/month. You can even save up to $600 on a second device when you add a new line on an Unlimited plan.
It feels like the Galaxy S10 got lost in the shuffle of Samsung's 2019 lineup, but don't let that fool you. It is still a superb smartphone that competes well with the most popular from the fruit company.
Add a new line of service to your account at Sprint when leasing the Galaxy S10 to score one for free! Return it after 18 months or pay it off to keep it. You'll see the discount applied to your bill within two months; approved credit is required.
We're quickly approaching a year since the Galaxy S10+ was released. And that's a perfect time to reflect on how the phone's held up, while also gaining some perspective on that'll come in handy when we see the Galaxy S20.