You can now save up to $750 on Samsung's Galaxy S10e at Best Buy

You can now save up to $750 on Samsung's Galaxy S10e at Best Buy
Whether Samsung is preparing a Galaxy S10 Lite or not and whether or not that thing will ever make its way stateside, there's no debating the appeal of the existing Galaxy S10e. The 5.8-incher was released alongside the "regular" S10 and the jumbo-sized S10 Plus, sporting not only a smaller screen than its siblings but also no curves, as well as no fancy in-display fingerprint scanner, which may have actually been a blessing in disguise.

The reasonably priced and exceptionally well-reviewed Snapdragon 855 powerhouse has been on sale at pretty substantial discounts a number of times in the last few months, but Best Buy is currently outdoing all previous deals. With several weeks still left until the Black Friday frenzy officially kicks off, you can get the Galaxy S10e free of charge for AT&T use. Meanwhile, Sprint customers are looking at spending a measly 120 bucks over 24 months.

Whichever of the two major networks you might prefer, you'll need to open an altogether new account or add a new line of service to an existing one while signing a monthly installment plan to save up to a whopping $750. Normally available for, well, $750, the handset now costs $5 a month for two years with Sprint pacts after monthly bill credits of $26.25 and $0 for 30 months with AT&T after a $150 Best Buy instant discount and $20 credits applied to your account every 30 days for two and a half years.

Naturally, this is the entry-level 128GB storage variant we're talking about here, which packs 6GB RAM in addition to Qualcomm's aforementioned state-of-the-art SoC, as well as a decent 3,100mAh battery and a dual rear-facing camera setup comprised of a 12MP primary shooter and a 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens. The Galaxy S10e also comes with a fast, reliable, and secure side-mounted fingerprint sensor, and yes, even a good old fashioned 3.5mm headphone jack.

Check out the deals with AT&T and Sprint installment plans


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