flat-screened 5.8-incher costs as little as $549.99... with your choice of 128 or 256 gigs of internal storage space. With the $100 gap between the two configurations eliminated, that's a pretty easy choice, although you may need to hurry to score the full $300 discount on the upper-tier 256GB variant.The humblest member of Samsung's newest ultra-high-end handset family normally starts at $749.99, but for a no doubt limited time only, the
While the Prism White color option is already sold out, the Prism Black and Prism Blue flavors are still available, naturally supporting every single wireless service provider in the US, from AT&T and T-Mobile to Sprint and Verizon. There are no obligations and no strings attached for buyers of this $550 unlocked Galaxy S10e with 256GB local digital hoarding room, which makes the deal better (or at least more flexible) than what B&H's rivals have been offering lately.
Over at Best Buy, for instance, a 128 gig S10e can be purchased for as little as $349.99, but only if you agree to activate the device right off the bat on a specific carrier. Interestingly, the 256GB configuration is currently unavailable both at Best Buy and Amazon.
All in all, this post-Prime Day deal from B&H Photo Video is not to be missed by digital hoarders who don't mind a flat display, side-mounted fingerprint scanner, and having "only" three cameras in total, including a dual 12 + 16MP rear-facing setup and a single 10MP selfie shooter. The Galaxy S10e also packs a state-of-the-art Snapdragon 855 processor, generous 8 gigs of RAM in a 256GB storage version, and a decent 3,100mAh battery.