the already marked-down prices of the two aforementioned high-enders. The "regular" S10 now fetches $769.99 in black and green color options, compared to 800 bucks a couple of weeks ago, which already represented a full Benjamin off the MSRP of the single front camera-sporting 6.1-incher.Never MSRP is essentially outdoing itself today, further reducing
Meanwhile, a Galaxy S10 Plus in your choice of black, white, or green paint jobs is available at the time of this writing for $849.99, down from $900 just a little while back and the whopping $999.99 still charged by Samsung through its official US e-store. Of course, it's not really fair to compare US-specific units sold by the device manufacturer and authorized third-party retailers with "international" variants up for grabs on eBay.
You don't get a valid warranty or CDMA support for networks like Verizon and Sprint with the latter, mind you, although you should have no problem activating and using these heavily discounted products on AT&T or T-Mobile. You're also eligible for free "standard" shipping anywhere in the US if you order today, as well as free 30 day returns. The Galaxy S10 and S10+ on sale from Never MSRP are equipped with dual SIM connectivity, packing Exynos 9820 processing power in combination with a generous 8GB RAM and 128 gigs of internal storage space.
Unfortunately, the smaller and slightly less eye-catching but extremely well-reviewed Galaxy S10e hasn't scored any new discounts of late, fetching the same $650 as a couple of weeks back in yellow and black hues.