Samsung discounts the 1TB Galaxy S10+, it is now $1100
Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy S20 launch on February 11 and as it's clearing up storage space for the new influx of smartphones lets you snatch a good bargain. The US division of the company is now selling the Galaxy S10+ with 1 TB internal storage for $1,099.99 - $500 cheaper than its launch price.
The the 1 TB phone is available in either Ceramic White or Ceramic Black colors, and will start shipping on Wednesday. The 512 GB version is already out of stock, while the basic option with 128 GB is also discounted from $1000 to $800.
The deal is also applicable with monthly payments, which are now adapted to the new price. While the discount applies for the unlocked phone, you can also get it with Verizon or Sprint for the same sweet price. Sadly, T-Mobile customers can get the phone for $1300, while AT&T and US Cellular are not offering it at all.
still too expensive. lol
- 31 Jan 2020
Yes hardware was a limiting factor even up to devices like the 6 and 6s and above. Especially low ram and storage. But poor quality software too
- 28 Jan 2020
None. Just that hardware back in those days was a limiting factor, much more than it is today. Apple's A9 chip has the single core prowess of a SD845, so I guess it will fare will also with the next ios iteration.
- 28 Jan 2020