Samsung really wants you to purchase its high-end Android devices directly from the world's largest smartphone vendor, throwing in a free pair of Galaxy Buds and a free Galaxy Fit
activity tracker with the Galaxy Note 10+
and also trying to incentivize Galaxy S10
buyers to go for a variant accommodating more than the entry-level storage amount.
The newest deal offered on the company's official US website follows in the footsteps of recent price cuts for all GS10 family members
. This time around, the Galaxy S10e
is not invited to the discount party, but on the bright side, you don't need to agree to a monthly installment plan to save exactly $200 on the "regular" S10 and the jumbo-sized S10 Plus with 512 gigs of local digital hoarding room.
You also have the liberty to choose a 512GB Galaxy S10 variant made specifically with any certain carrier in mind or unlocked for unrestricted use nationwide. The 6.1-incher will set you back 950 bucks instead of $1150 in a 512 gig configuration, thus fetching only $50 more than an entry-level 128GB version. That basically means you'll be paying around $0.13 for each extra gig of storage space, which must feel like a heck of a deal for compulsive digital hoarders.
The same goes for the 512GB Galaxy S10+, which currently costs $1050, or a measly 50 bucks more than the 128 gig variant of the 6.4-inch powerhouse after an identically substantial $200 markdown.
Interestingly enough, the 1TB storage configuration is discounted by an even heftier $300 at the time of this writing, which Samsung isn't promoting as aggressively as the $200 price cuts. That might be because the phone is still rather costly, at $1300, and not many people may feel like they need such an obscene amount of storage room. But if you're into that sort of thing, a $300 discount is definitely nothing to sneeze at.