Samsung a few days ago officially unveiled the Galaxy S10 family following month of leaks and rumors. The S10 Family includes the two usual suspects – Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+, but there is a third variant dubbed the Galaxy S10e that is targeted at those on budget. While the Galaxy S10 and S10+ both come with a significant upgrade over last years S9 and S9+, the S10e is Samsung first attempt at providing a cheaper model of its S series and is squarely aimed t Apples iPhone XR.
Enough said already, we have comprehensive coverage of the Galaxy S10 lineup here, while the Galaxy folder was covered here too.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is officially billed to start shipping on Friday, March 8, with pre-orders already progress in some countries including the US, UK, Canada and many more. In India where the S10 is exclusive to Flipkart, pre-order starts Friday, Feb 22, with sales expected to begin March 6.
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In China, Pre-order is on too and will be on till February 28 when the device will be unwrapped officially in the country, however, Samsung has an early-adopter scheme for the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e, and that allows the first time buyers of the Galaxy S-series smartphones their hands on order on 25th February. The firm has up to 10,000 units of the S10 to serve this purpose.
As per the reports, the company has prepared a stock of around 10,000 units for this offer. The Galaxy S10e in China is priced 5,300 yuan/$788, Galaxy S10 priced at 6,300 yuan /$936, the S10+ will go for 7,300 yuan/ $1085) while the 12GB RAM and 1TB storage model of S10 Plus will go for 12,000 yuan/$1783.
The S10e is available in 6GB + 128GB, the S10 in 8GB+128GB/256GB, while the S10+ comes in 8GB+128GB/256GB as well as in 12GB+1TB options.
You can use pre-order the device on Samsung.com/cn, Tmall or the Shop Samsung Android app.