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Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 5G
The Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10 Plus are officially on sale, and we’ve got all the details you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 price.
The most popular phone series in the world has reached its tenth anniversary and the South Korean giant is celebrating in style with arguably the best Samsung phones yet.
All three models — not to mention the hilariously-overpowered Galaxy S10 5G, which has its own section at the bottom of this post — have frankly awesome specs, gorgeous design, and are packed with features. Be sure to check out the full specs and our Galaxy S10 Plus review for more details.
Here’s everything we know so far about the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e price and availability.
Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e release date
Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 lineup on February 20, 2019 and the phones officially launched in the US on March 8.
Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e price and availability
The all-new Samsung Galaxy S10e is the cheapest of the lot coming in at $649 unlocked. It’s worth noting that this is by no means a “budget” phone.
The Galaxy S10, meanwhile, is priced at $799, while the larger Galaxy S10 Plus starts from an eye-watering $899, which nicely matches the base Galaxy Note 9 model.
All three phones have options with higher storage and/or RAM. Here are the current prices if you purchase them unlocked directly from Samsung.
- Samsung Galaxy S10e – $749.99 (128GB), $849.99 (256GB)
- Samsung Galaxy S10 – $899.99 (128GB), $1149.99 (512GB)
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – $999.99 (128GB), $1249.99 (512GB), $1599.99 (1TB)
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, Spectrum Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Xfinity Mobile are all selling the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e on contract in both stores and online. If you’re looking to buy an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10, the main trio are also available via Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Target, Walmart, and B&H Photo, as well as Samsung’s official store and the ShopSamsung app.
Color options vary by region and it’s likely certain colorways will be exclusive to various carriers. In the US, buyers can pick from all color options except green. Here’s a breakdown of all the Samsung Galaxy S10 colors so far:
- Samsung Galaxy S10: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Flamingo Pink
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Flamingo Pink, Ceramic White/Ceramic Black (8GB RAM/512GB ROM and 12GB RAM/1TB ROM only).
- Samsung Galaxy S10e: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Flamingo Pink, Canary Yellow
Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e best deals and offers
Samsung is running a trade-in scheme where eligible handsets can be traded in for up to $500 off the price of its new flagships. The full list of devices is available at Samsung’s website here.
There’s no telling how long this boost to trade-in values will go on, so we’d recommend getting in quick. To trade in your device at Samsung.com, click the button below:
Sprint is offering the Samsung Galaxy S10 for $37.50 per month with no down payment (SRP: $899), the Galaxy S10 Plus for $41.67 per month with nothing down ($999), and the Galaxy S10e for $31.25 again with zero down ($749) all on Sprint Flex Lease deals.
Sprint’s no-contract subsidiary is selling the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $749.99.
Pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S10e at Verizon starts at $31.24 per month (SRP: $749.99), and the Galaxy S10 starts at $37.49 per month (SRP: $899.99). The Galaxy S10 Plus pricing starts at $41.66 per month (SRP: $999.99). All of these pricing plans are for 24 months.
T-Mobile sells the Galaxy S10e starting at $20.84 per month with no down payment (SRP: $749.99) for the 128GB model, while the Galaxy S10 starts at $22.23 per month with $99.99 down (SRP: $899.99) for 128GB, and the Galaxy S10 Plus starts at $22.23 per month with $199.99 down (SRP: $999.99) for 128GB. All of these prices are for 36 months on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (EIP).
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The no-contract carrier will sell the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $599.99 and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $849.99 when you switch your phone number to the carrier.
AT&T sells the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $25 per month, the Galaxy S10 for $30 per month and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $33.34 per month, all for 30 months.
US Cellular sels the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $24.96 per month, the Galaxy S10 for $29.99 per month and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $33.33 per month, all for 30 months.
The mobile carrier subsidiary of Comcast has the Samsung Galaxy S10e for $31.24 per month, the Galaxy S10 for $37.50 per month and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $41.67 per month, all for 24 months, and all with just the 128GB storage option. You can also get a $250 pre-paid gift card from Xfinity Mobile if you order one of the new Samsung S10 phones by April 7, when you transfer your number and activate a new line.
The mobile carrier subsidiary of Charter “Spectrum” Cable has the Samsung Galaxy S10e starting at $31.25 per month, the Galaxy S10 for $37.49 per month and the Galaxy S10 Plus for $41.66 per month, all for 24 months, and all with just the 128GB storage option. You can also get the 256GB version of the Galaxy S10e and the 512GB S10 from Spectrum Mobile.
The U.K carrier sells the Samsung Galaxy S10 with a number of different plans, including one with 12GB of high-speed data for £29 upfront and £53 a month for 24 months. The Galaxy S10 Plus can be bought for the same plan for £29 upfront and £57 a month for 24 months. You can also get the phone bundled with the Galaxy Watch for £29 upfront and £67 a month for 24 months.
Best Buy has launched its Galaxy S10 store pages and they provide one immediate reason for buying there rather than from Samsung directly: all unlocked S10 variants are $150 less expensive than over at Samsung official, assuming you activate it that day on Verizon and Sprint. AT&T versions can get an even bigger $150 discount. (T-Mobile activations aren’t eligible for a discount).
However, this perk does come at the cost of slightly fewer color options. Still, here’s the breakdown:
- Samsung Galaxy S10e – $549.99 or $599.99 (128GB), $649.99 or $699.99 (256GB)
- Samsung Galaxy S10 – $699.99 or $749.99 (128GB), $949.99 or $999.99 (512GB)
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus – $799.99 or $849.99 (128GB), $1049.99 or $1099.99 (512GB), $1449.99 (1TB)
You can get up to $500 off the S10 phones when you trade in an eligible device at Best Buy too. This means you could be walking out with a combined $650-off a brand new Galaxy flagship.
See all the terms and conditions here and find the store pages at the link below.
B&H is selling the Samsung Galaxy S10e starting at $549.99. The Samsung Galaxy S10 price starts at $699.99 and the Galaxy S10 Plus begins at $799.99.
Amazon is selling Samsung Galaxy S10e starting at $649.99. The Samsung Galaxy S10 price starts at $799.99 and the Galaxy S10 Plus begins at $899.99.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G price, release date, and availability
What about the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G? Samsung’s 6.7-inch behemoth is easily the most kitted out phone Samsung has ever made. In addition to the titular 5G support, the ultra flagship packs a huge 4,500mAh battery and a 3D depth-sensing camera.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is now available from Verizon, with the 256GB model retailing for $1,299 or $54.16 a month for two years. Those wanting more storage can opt for the 512GB variant, retailing for $1,399 or $58.33 a month for 24 months.
Additionally, Sprint began selling the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on June 21. The device will only be available at first in “select markets,” but if you’re lucky enough to live in one of those you can save $250 off the device when you lease it. That equates to $40.28 per month for 18 months (after a $13.89 monthly bill credit). You will need to be an Unlimited Premium subscriber to get the phone, too.
T-Mobile is also selling the Galaxy S10 5G phone. The device will only be available from physical retail stores in areas where T-Mobile’s 5G network is active. If you live in one of those areas and are a “well-qualified customer,” you can grab the device for $550 down and then $31.25/month for 24 months on installment (the full retail price is $1,300).
As a side note, AT&T is technically selling the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G but only to its business customers and not to the general public.
Be sure to check out even more Galaxy S10 coverage below!
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus review: Find out how the new S10 family feels and works.
- Samsung Galaxy S10 announced: Here’s everything you need to know about the new flagship series from Samsung.
- Samsung Galaxy S10 specs and features: Full Galaxy S10 specs walkthrough.
- Samsung Galaxy S10 vs the competition: Check out how the S10 fares against the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Google Pixel 3 XL, and LG V40 ThinQ.