Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e and S10 5G

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Update: May 16, 2019 (3:14 pm ET): The Galaxy S10 5G is today officially available at Verizon and is therefore the first true 5G phone in the country (sorry, Motorola). Aside from ordering online, you can also find the device by going to the physical stores of Verizon. You can view the online listing of the courier via the button below.


Previous reporting: The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10 Plus are officially for sale and we have all the details you need to know!

The most popular phone series in the world has reached its tenth anniversary and the South Korean giant is celebrating in style with perhaps the best Samsung phones ever.

All three models – not to mention the hilariously-mastered Galaxy S10 5G, which has its own section at the bottom of this post – have downright awesome specifications, a beautiful design and are packed with features. View the full specifications and our Galaxy S10 Plus rating for more information.

As you would expect, every phone in the series – even the "affordable" iPhone XR rival, the Galaxy S10e – has a premium price tag.

Here is everything we know about the prices and availability of the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e, as well as all the best early deals.

Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e release date

Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 line-up on February 20, 2019. Pre-orders for the devices began shortly after that date with the official retail launch date for March 8, 2019.

The core trio of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series will be delivered in the US from 8 March. However, you may have to wait a little longer for your device depending on the storage and color variation that you ordered if you purchased directly from Samsung (the delayed shipping times are not shown by external retailers such as Best Buy and Amazon, so they can still handle all send variants on 8 March).

It is only the 128GB S10 and S10 Plus models that are currently being delivered later, but the possible two-week delay may frustrate some enthusiastic fans. This is the current situation:

  • Samsung Galaxy S10e – 8 March (128 GB), 8 March (256 GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 – By March 15 – 22, depending on the color (128 GB), March 8 (512 GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – By 15 – 22 March, depending on the color (128 GB), 8 March (512 GB), 8 March (1 TB)

Pre-orders are now over for the phones, so the only way to get one is to make a standard purchase.

Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e price and availability

Samsung Galaxy S10 series

The all-new Samsung Galaxy S10e is the cheapest of the lot that is unlocked for $ 749. It is worth noting that this is by no means a "budget" telephone. The vanilla model of the Galaxy S9 was originally sold for $ 719, so there is no S10 option that goes under its predecessor.

The Galaxy S10 is now priced at $ 899, while the larger Galaxy S10 Plus starts with a dazzling $ 999, which nicely matches the basic Galaxy Note 9 model.

All three telephones have options with higher storage and / or RAM. These are the current prices if you purchase them unlocked directly from Samsung. Currently, prices are only different based on their storage on board; There is no word about the prices for these phones with more RAM inside.

  • Samsung Galaxy S10e – $ 749.99 (128GB), $ 849.99 (256GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 – $ 899.99 (128 GB), $ 1149.99 (512 GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – $ 999.99 (128GB), $ 1249.99 (512GB), $ 1599.99 (1TB)

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, Spectrum Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Xfinity Mobile will carry the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e on a contract basis in stores and online from 8 March (scroll down for more). If you want to buy an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10, the main trio is also sold through Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam's Club, Target, Walmart and B & H Photo, as well as Samsung's official store and the ShopSamsung app .

Color options vary by region and it is likely that certain color boxes are exclusive to different providers. In the US, buyers can choose from all color options except green. Here is an overview of all the colors of the Samsung Galaxy S10 so far:

  • Samsung Galaxy S10: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Flamingo Pink
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Flamingo Pink, Ceramic White / Ceramic Black (8 GB RAM / 512 GB ROM and 12 GB RAM / 1 TB ROM only).
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Flamingo Pink, Canary Yellow

Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e best deals and offers

Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e

Samsung is implementing a trade-in scheme whereby eligible handsets can be exchanged for up to $ 550 off the price of the new flagships. The full list of devices is available here on the Samsung website.

It is not predictable how long this boost for trade-in values ​​will last, so we recommend taking action quickly. Click the button below to trade in your device at Samsung.com:

Sprint

Sprint offers the Samsung Galaxy S10 for $ 37.50 per month without deposit (SRP: $ 899), the Galaxy S10 Plus for $ 41.67 per month without anything ($ 999), and the Galaxy S10e for $ 31.25 again with zero down ($ 749) all on deals with Sprint Flex Lease. If you order one of these phones in advance, you can get a second Galaxy S10e for free. The deal requires two new lines or one new line and one upgrade and the second phone is free with invoices.

Boost mobile

Sprint & # 39; s non-contracted subsidiary sells the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $ 749.99.

Verizon

The prices for the Samsung Galaxy S10e at Verizon start at $ 31.24 per month (SRP: $ 749.99) and the Galaxy S10 starts at $ 37.49 per month (SRP: $ 899.99). The prices of the Galaxy S10 Plus start at $ 41.66 per month (SRP: $ 999.99). All these tariff plans are for 24 months. People who purchase one of these phones can also get a second Galaxy S10e or $ 750 discount on the Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus through a voucher of more than 24 months and a new line.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile sells the Galaxy S10e from $ 20.84 a month without deposit (SRP: $ 749.99) for the 128GB model, while the Galaxy S10 starts at $ 22.23 a month with $ 99.99 lower (SRP : $ 899.99) for 128 GB and the Galaxy S10 Plus starts at $ 22.23 per month with $ 199.99 down (SRP: $ 999.99) for 128 GB. All these prices are valid for 36 months on the Equipment Termination Plan (EIP) of T-Mobile.

In addition, T-Mobile sells the Samsung Galaxy S10e for half the regular price and lowers the price of the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus by $ 390 with an eligible phone exchange or with a new rule in a special promotional deal. It also offers $ 620 or more through invoices when you purchase one of these phones, exchange it in a suitable device, and add a voice rule. Finally, T-Mobile offers four unlimited lines plus four new Samsung Galaxy S10e phones for just $ 40 per line per month on the T-Mobile Essentials subscription when you add a voice rule or exchange it in a suitable device per rule. The price per line is at AutoPay after monthly invoices.

Metro through T-Mobile

The non-contractual airline sells the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $ 749.99 and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $ 999.99.

AT & T

AT&T offers the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $ 25 a month, the Galaxy S10 for $ 30 a month and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $ 33.34 a month, all for 30 months. For a limited time everyone can get the Galaxy S10e, the 128GB Galaxy S10 or the 128GB Galaxy S10 Plus on AT&T and get one for free. The second phone will be free through a credits that will be $ 1,000 in the course of 30 months. The telephones are also sold through AT & T & # 39; s FirstNet service for public safety agencies and first aid services.

U.S. Cellular

US Cellular offers the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $ 24.96 per month, the Galaxy S10 for $ 29.99 per month and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $ 33.33 per month, all for 30 months. For a limited period of time, however, pre-orders for US mobile customers on a total plan, together with current upgrade-eligible customers who are on an unlimited Plus Plan, may receive a 50 percent discount on the Galaxy S10e, or that amount toward a big discount on the Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus.

Xfinity Mobile

Comcast's mobile subsidiary has the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $ 31.24 a month, the Galaxy S10 for $ 37.50 a month and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $ 41.67 a month, all for 24 months, and all with just the 128 GB storage option. You can also get a $ 250 prepaid gift card from Xfinity Mobile if you order one of the new Samsung S10 phones on April 7, when you transfer your number and activate a new line.

Spectrum Mobile

The mobile network daughter of Charter "Spectrum" Cable has the Samsung Galaxy S10e from $ 31.25 per month, the Galaxy S10 for $ 37.49 per month and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $ 41.66 per month, all for 24 months, and all with only the 128 GB storage capacity choice. You can also download the 256GB version of the Galaxy S10e and the 512GB S10 from Spectrum Mobile.

Three

The U.K courier offers the Samsung Galaxy S10 a number of different plans, including one with 12 GB of super-fast data for £ 29 in advance and £ 53 per month for 24 months. The Galaxy S10 Plus can be purchased for the same subscription for £ 29 in advance and £ 57 per month for 24 months. You can also purchase the phone bundled with the Galaxy Watch for £ 29 in advance and £ 67 per month for 24 months.

Best Buy

Best Buy has launched its Galaxy S10 store pages & they immediately give a direct reason to buy there instead of directly from Samsung: all unlocked S10 variants are $ 50 less expensive than with Samsung official, assuming you have that day on Verizon or AT&T. If you activate it on Sprint, you save $ 100 (activations from T-Mobile are not eligible for a discount).

However, this advantage comes at the expense of slightly fewer color options. Yet here is the distribution:

  • Samsung Galaxy S10e – $ 699.99 (128 GB), $ 799.99 (256 GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 – $ 849.99 (128 GB), $ 1099.99 (512 GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – $ 949.99 (128GB), $ 1199.99 (512GB), $ 1549.99 (1TB)

You can get up to $ 550 off on the S10 phones if you also trade in a qualifying device at Best Buy. This means you could walk away with a combined $ 600 discount on a brand new Galaxy flagship and some free Galaxy Buds worth $ 150.

View all general terms and conditions here and find the store page & # 39; s on the link below.

View it at Best Buy

B & H

We keep an eye on B & H, but it has not yet offered extra incentives to order the new flagships. But you get the same prices as on the official Samsung site, if you prefer to give this store your business.

View it at B & H

Amazon

The new devices can also be ordered from Amazon, although the 1TB Galaxy S10 Plus model is not yet available there. The prices of Amazon are the same as those of Samsung at the moment, but this store is usually one of the first places to see price reductions, so we will keep a close eye on whether there are changes.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G price, release date and availability

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

What about the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G? The 6.7-inch colossus from Samsung is simply the best-equipped phone that Samsung has ever made. In addition to the titular 5G support, the ultra-flagship offers a huge 4,500mAh battery and a 3D depth observation camera.

Related: Everything you need to know about every 5G phone confirmed so far

The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is now available at Verizon, with the 256GB model selling for $ 1,299 or $ 54.16 a month for two years. Those who want more storage space can opt for the 512GB version, which stays on the market for 24 months for $ 1,399 or $ 58.33 a month.

Verizon also allows customers to trade in their eligible phones to save up to $ 450 (with the discount coming in the form of monthly invoices). New customers switching to the courier can also earn a prepaid Mastercard of $ 200 by purchasing the Galaxy S10 5G through a payment plan and signing up for Verizon Unlimited.

Are you not worried about Verizon? Well, AT & T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Spectrum Mobile and Xfinity Mobile will all carry the "this summer" phone. You can view the Verizon Galaxy S10 5G page via the button below.

We will share more Galaxy S10 5G release information when other providers come on board. Make sure you view even more Galaxy S10 coverage below!

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