The Samsung Galaxy S10 has been launched by the Samsung Brand, alongside Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e.
The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e will all be made available for pre-order on 20 February, with shipping scheduled to begin on 8 March. The phone offers a significant upgrade over their predecessors, with in-display fingerprint sensors, rear-mounted triple camera setups and reverse wireless charging support. The Galaxy S10e, on the other hand, marks the first time Samsung has added an “affordable” model to its flagship Samsung Galaxy S lineup, as it follows in the footsteps of Apple’s iPhone XR.
On the Samsung website, the Galaxy S10 is available 128GB or 512GB storage for £799 and £999, while the S10+ is priced at £899, £1,099 and £1,399 for its 128GB, 512GB and 1TB variants. The “affordable” Galaxy S10e, which offers 128GB storage, is available from £699 SIM-free.
The website is letting buyers register their interest the handset already, and also confirms that devices will “ship by March 8th”; that unlikely includes the Galaxy S10+ with 12GB RAM and 1TB storage, which is expected to launch later in the month.
Samsung is also offering buyers up to $550 off a Galaxy S10 if they trade in an eligible device; a Note 9, for example, will get you the maximum amount, while a Galaxy S7 will bag you a $150 discount.