The Galaxy S10 might be almost a year old but it’s still the top of the tree when it comes to Samsung’s range of flagship phones. This device features. a stunning 6.1-inch edge-to-edge AMOLED display, triple rear camera, good battery life and the ability to refill other devices using something called PowerShare. YOU CAN READ OUR FULL GALAXY S10 REVIEW HERE
Along with some great features, there’s also another reason why now is a brilliant time to buy an S10. That’s because this phone is now a lot cheaper than when it first launched. In fact, you can currently pick up an S10 for £699 from retailers such as Argos.
Currys is even offering something better with the store giving Samsung fans the chance to buy it now at a discounted price but pay the balance later.
ARGOS GALAXY S10 £699 • GET THE DEAL HERE
CURRYS GALAXY S10 £699 • GET THE DEAL HERE
Along with these SIM-free deals, there’s also some good offers on contract with some price plans now starting from as little as £20 per month which includes 2GB of data and unlimited calls plus texts
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Samsung Galaxy S10 – Why now is a good and bad time to buy one
Here are a few deals on contract:
Galaxy S10 • £20 per month • GET THE DEAL HERE
Includes 2GB of data with EE plus unlimited calls and texts
£199 upfront cost – total over 2 years £679
Galaxy S10 • £23 per month • GET THE DEAL HERE
Includes 4GB of data with EE plus unlimited calls and texts
£250 upfront cost – total over 2 years £702
Galaxy S10 • £30 per month • GET THE DEAL HERE
Includes 20GB of data with EE plus unlimited calls and texts
£50 upfront cost – total over 2 years £770
So that’s all the very good news surrounding this phone so why is now such a terrible time to invest?
Well, that’s all down to the fact that the S10 could look massively outdated next week with Samsung fully expected to lift the lid on its new Galaxy S20. This device could be unveiled at the firm’s Unpacked event which is taking place in San Francisco on February 11.
Although there’s nothing yet official from Samsung, rumours are rife that the new S20 will come with a faster 120Hz display which will make scrolling through content feel far smoother.
There’s also talk of a more powerful processor, bigger battery and improvements to the rear camera.
Along with the standard S20, we’ve also heard murmurings of an S20 Ultra which could get more cameras on its rear case and have a giant screen.
If all these rumours come true then now could be the worst time possible to invest in the older S10 with so much more expected from the S20.
If you want to hear all the news from Unpacked then the event gets underway on February 11 with things expected to start at around 6.45pm GMT. Express.co.uk will be bringing you live updates throughout the day so make sure you check back here for full details.
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