Samsung Galaxy S10 pre-order bonuses include a Smart TV, Galaxy Watch, and Galaxy Buds in some regions

Samsung Galaxy S10 pre-order bonuses include a Smart TV, Galaxy Watch, and Galaxy Buds in some regions
With mere hours left until the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S10, a poster confirming some very enticing pre-order bonuses has leaked online. Published by Android Authority, the poster reveals that users who pre-order Samsung's latest flagship phone in Indonesia will also get one of three pre-order gifts alongside their purchase. These include a Samsung Smart TV, a Galaxy Watch, and a pair of Galaxy Buds. But that's not all, the poster also suggests that pre-orders will be entitled to 1,000,000 Rp (about $70) in cashback, an exclusive 40GB data plan, as well as no-cost EMI for up to 24 months.

We already know that the Galaxy Buds will be available as a pre-order bonus for the Galaxy S10 in most regions, though the leaked poster may suggest more freebies on offer for the earliest of Galaxy S10 adopters. Since Samsung is going to announce four Galaxy S10 models—a more affordable S10e model, the base S10, the S10+, and the S10+ (5G)—there may be different tiers of pre-order bonuses, depending on the model you choose. All pre-orders may be eligible for a pair of Galaxy Buds, but the more expensive freebies may be reserved for those who purchase the more expensive models.

Pre-orders in Indonesia are eligible to some sweet bonuses

The Galaxy S10 Unpacked event starts at 11 AM Pacific Standard Time | 2 PM Eastern Standard Time | 8 PM Central European Time on February 20th. You can watch it here. Meanwhile, head over to our Samsung Galaxy S10 rumor review to get up to speed with all the rumors and information about the four Galaxy S10 models.


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