The Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ are suddenly US$200 cheaper
Samsung launched its highly anticipated Galaxy S10 phones a few months ago. The devices launched with exceptional hardware—and software—but that came at a cost. That of pricing, as the cheapest of the lot, the S10e, had an MSRP of US$749, even higher than the S9 was last year. Price may have put off a few from buying the devices but all three S10 phones are now temporarily cheaper.
B&H is currently offering the devices with a US$200 discount. The S10e usually retails for US$749 but is sold for US$649, with an extra US$100 coupon taking the checkout price to US$549. The other two phones see similar discounts. The S10 goes from US$899 to US$699, and the S10+ sees its price drop to US$799 from its previous US$899 point.
The S10 phones are generally considered to be the most complete new smartphones on the market, since they don't have any significant weaknesses. The S10+, in particular, is especially attractive at that US$799 price point, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a better smartphone at that price. The S10e is also worth considering, since it's now only US$70 more expensive than a mid-range device like the Pixel 3a XL.
We have no idea when this discount will end, so now would be a good time to hit the buy button if you've been waiting for a price drop.
Top 10 Smartphones
Smartphones, Phablets, ≤5-inch, Camera SmartphonesNotebookcheck's Top 10 Smartphones under 160 Euros