Samsung Galaxy S10 line now available online and in stores in 70 countries

Samsung has announced that its Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e are now available in stores and online in 70 countries around the world. By the end of the month, these recently announced phones will be available in 130 markets.

Those in the United States can pick up the Galaxy S10e online from $749.99, the Galaxy S10 for $899.99, and the Galaxy S10+ from $999.99. Each device has several customisations available including the colour and storage size which can affect the overall price of the phone. Online purchases are available in other regions for a similar price but in the local currency, local taxes may also alter the price of the phones. The firm is also accepting trade-ins which could knock a decent amount off the total price of your new phone.

Despite the Galaxy S10 devices only being released today, Samsung already released the first software update for the Galaxy S10+ model last week. With the 500MB update, the Camera app's stability was improved, the performance of Fingerprint recognition was improved, and Bixby key customisation options were added.

All three devices are available right now from Samsung.com. If you'd prefer, local carriers have the device available now with their own contracts and offers.

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