Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+, S9, S9+, and Note 9 score big Amazon Prime Day discounts
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Best Buy may have stolen Amazon's thunder in completely unexpected fashion yesterday by offering massive discounts on Samsung's newest high-end smartphones
, but while the Galaxy S10e
, S10, and S10+ variants on sale there are technically
unlocked, they need to be activated straight away on one of three major carriers to qualify for those amazing deals.
In contrast, Amazon Prime members can save a little less money until the end of Tuesday, July 16, but they don't have to do anything special to purchase the unlocked Galaxy S10
and S10+, as well as the Galaxy S9
, S9+, and Note 9, at very special prices. We're talking no upfront carrier activation, no installment plans, no trade-in, no nothing. Also, all the excellent Android handsets deeply discounted for the 48-hour Prime Day deal
bonanza are fully compatible with all big four wireless service providers, from AT&T and T-Mobile to Sprint and Verizon, shipping with a standard 1-year manufacturer's warranty included.
Obviously, the costliest of the four aforementioned Samsung flagships is the jumbo-sized 6.4-inch Galaxy S10+
, which is only up for grabs in a 128GB configuration at a cool $300 markdown right now. The regular-sized Galaxy S10
, meanwhile, can be purchased in both 128 and 512 gig variants at 300 bucks less than usual with a smaller 6.1-inch screen in tow, as well as "only" four cameras in total and a 3,400mAh battery (compared to the 4,100mAh cell found under the hood of the S10 Plus).
Last year's Galaxy S9
are available at the time of this writing for $250 off their list prices across the board in 64 and 128GB storage options, which may not sound quite as hot but it's pretty nice when you consider how much more affordable these two normally are compared to the S10 and S10 Plus.
Finally, the Galaxy Note 9
goes $350 off list exclusively for Prime members with your choice of 128 or 512 gigs of internal storage space, aiming to capture the attention of bargain hunters addicted to mobile speed and productivity before the Note 10 and Note 10+
are formally unveiled