Just a couple of days ago, we noticed that not all of Samsung's Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ smartphone variants would be ready to ship on March 8 - the new phone series' official release date. Today, we're seeing that some S10 models are already sold out on Samsung's website and can't be pre-ordered anymore. More exactly, three T-Mobile Galaxy S10 variants are now out of stock, a mere week after pre-orders went live.
Galaxy S10+ 128 GB Prism White, and Galaxy S10+ 128 GB Prism Blue. Samsung mentions that additional stock is "coming soon," but it's not clear when that will be.The T-Mobile smartphones that are currently sold out are the Galaxy S10 128 GB Prism White,
T-Mobile's website does not list the aforementioned Galaxy S10 models as being sold out, but it provides postponed shipping dates for them: between March 27 and April 19. All in all, it looks like Prism White is a very popular Galaxy S10 color - no wonder it's leading in our "Which S10 color to you like best?" poll.
It appears that Samsung has underestimated the demand for the Galaxy S10 and S10+ - specifically for the 128 GB models, which come at prices that are somewhat accessible ($899 and $999, respectively). Anyhow, since we do not have access to actual pre-order numbers, for now, we can't really conclude that the Galaxy S10 launch is a success, although it would seem so.
As a reminder, pre-ordering a Galaxy S10 or S10+ before March 7 will allow you to receive a $130 gift certificate from Samsung. T-Mobile itself lets you save $390 on any Galaxy S10 - including the S10e - if you activate a new line or trade in an old phone (in case you want to add a new line and trade in an old device, you can save even more).
Have you pre-ordered a Galaxy S10 yet? If yes, have you been provided with details on its shipping date? If not, do you intend to order any of Samsung's new flagship phones anytime soon?