Still looking for a Cyber Monday phone deal? You may want to take a look at this Galaxy S10 bundle. It includes the 128GB variant of the Galaxy S10, the Galaxy Buds, and a $50 Amazon gift card, all for just $624.
The sale features pretty much every color and capacity of Samsung's flagship devices right now and you can choose between Black or Silver AKG N700NC active noise-cancelling headphones. The sale ends today or when sold out.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy S10 were two of the best phones of 2019. Both offer amazing, edge-to-edge screens, Samsung's clean One UI, and both come at a steep discount with free Galaxy Buds!
Samsung has started pushing the stable Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update for the Galaxy S10 series phones in Germany. However, only those who had enrolled in the beta program are receiving the update currently.
You can also find the 512GB version going for $300 off at $849.99. Both deals come with a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds and a prepaid SIM card with 3 months of Mint Mobile for free. That's a lot of savings.
Featuring 128GB, this unlocked smartphone is equipped with a 4,100mAh battery to help it last all day long. B&H even includes a fast-charge wall charger and a 3-month Mint Mobile prepaid service plan with its purchase.
Samsung’s second Android 10 beta update for the Galaxy S10 is now live in several countries, bringing the November 2019 security patch and a handful of new features and bug fixes to this big OS update. It even includes a new slow-motion selfie video feature!
To protect their customers, some banks have started taking countermeasures such as blacklisting Galaxy S10 users or disabling the fingerprint authentication option until Samsung fixes the fingerprint recognition issue.
Earlier this week it was revealed that Samsung's phones with ultrasonic fingerprint sensors had a huge security flaw that allowed them to be bypassed with a silicone cover. Samsung has since released a statement advising users to not use those covers until a software update is released.
Samsung has acknowledged a bug with the Galaxy S10’s fingerprint recognition feature that allows non-registered users to access the phone when a third-party screen protector is installed. An update will soon be released to fix the issue.