The Galaxy S10 is still chugging along just fine here in 2020, but we can't blame you for having the urge to sell it and upgrade to something new. Here are a few tips on how to sell your S10 and get the best possible price for it.
Pocket an S10+ and save over $300 at Amazon. Available with 128GB, 512GB or 1TB of storage in a color of your choice, the 6.4-inch Samsung flagship has never dropped this low before outside of complex carrier deals. The deal ends tonight.
Just a week after rolling out the One UI 2.0 update for the carrier models of the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ in the U.S., Samsung has now started updating the unlocked models of the flagship phones to Android 10.
Sprint is offering new and current customers the Samsung Galaxy S10 at $0 per month with an 18-month lease and a new line of service. You'll see the discount applied within two bills, though canceling early means you'll owe the remaining balance.
Samsung's two new affordable flagships may be launched slightly later than expected. Despite previous rumors of a launch before the end of the year, a new report suggests they might be revealed at CES 2020 instead.
The unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ are on sale at nearly their lowest prices ever in select colors for just one day via Amazon, and you'll even receive a free $50 Amazon gift card with the purchase.
Being able to swipe down on the rear fingerprint sensor was a great way to quickly access your notifications without having to reach up to the top of your phone, but that's not possible with in-display sensors.
The sale features pretty much every color and capacity of Samsung's flagship devices right now with prices down to all-time lows. The phones are all unlocked so you can use them with the network of your choice. The sale ends tonight.
Verizon is offering $750 off the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S10+ when you buy another at full price and add a line on an Unlimited plan. You can even score a $200 prepaid Mastercard per phone if you're switching from another carrier.