You can finally get a nice Galaxy S10e deal sweetener at B&H Photo Video

You can finally get a nice Galaxy S10e deal sweetener at B&H Photo Video
The "affordable" Galaxy S10e is obviously not the best member of Samsung's new flagship family in terms of camera performance or battery life, but when it comes to the quality/price ratio, it's pretty much impossible to argue with a $750 powerhouse packing a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB RAM, and 128GB internal storage space.

For that reason, early adopters of the flat-screened 5.8-incher haven't been treated to the same introductory deal sweeteners as buyers of the larger and curvier Galaxy S10 and S10+. But if you were holding off on a Galaxy S10e purchase in anticipation of a nice discount or cool freebie, the time has come to pull the trigger. B&H Photo Video is finally ready to ship US unlocked variants of the S10e in an assortment of snazzy paint jobs with a $100-worth gift included.

We're not talking about the wireless Galaxy Buds, of course, which are actually available in exchange for a slightly heftier $129, but this is a good time to remember Samsung has managed to pull off what Apple is still struggling to release. Namely, an aptly titled Wireless Charger Duo station that can simultaneously juice up two phones or a phone and a smartwatch without cables.

At $749.99, you get both that AirPower slayer and your choice of a black, white, or blue Galaxy S10e with 128 gigs of local digital hoarding room and nationwide support for GSM and CDMA networks. The same nifty accessory is included with a handset accommodating 256 gigs of data and packing a whopping 8 gigs of memory in its $850 retail price. And yes, you can even pick from white and black Qi Wireless Charger Duo pads. 

There's no word on how long this bundle deal might last, but given there are no special offers quite like it at other reputable third-party retailers (or Samsung's own US e-store), you may want to hurry.

Check out the deal here

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