Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series is among the most anticipated smartphones this year. And while it’s all set to be revealed in San Francisco next Wednesday, Samsung is offering users a chance to reserve a device right away.
Earlier today, Samsung revealed that users will be able to purchase one of their latest flagship devices as soon as they start accepting pre-orders. If you are among those who have decided to get your hands on the Galaxy S10, you can head over to the official website to secure your spot to purchase the device. The reservation period runs until 11:59 pm EDT on February 20. It’s likely that Samsung will open pre-orders after the event. If you were able to reserve the phone beforehand, you can be among the first to receive the device by March 8.
The website doesn’t give an option to select the model that can be reserved. Samsung also says that not all versions are compatible with this offer. But there is an option to go with an unlocked model. Other options include choosing a variant specifically designed for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Verizon.
When you decide to reserve the phone, you won’t need to pay anything right away. You can also get more savings when you trade in your old smartphone. Trade ins can be discounted by up to $550, particularly if you are trading an iPhone 8/8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS/XS Max, Google Pixel 3/3XL, LG V40 ThinQ, Galaxy S9/S9+, or the Galaxy Note 9.
The leaks show that the starting price for the Galaxy S10e will be at $749. The Galaxy S10 is said to start at $899, and the Galaxy S10+ will start at $999.
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