Samsung Galaxy S10+, S10 and S10e now available in about 70 countries worldwide

Peter, 08 March 2019

Starting today, Samsung’s Galaxy S10 trio is available in around 70 countries, including the US, Canada, India, China and all of Europe. The Galaxy S10+, S10 and S10e are done with pre-orders and can now be found in stores both online and brick and mortar.

By the end of the month, Samsung's 4G flagships will reach 130 countries. The fourth S10 sibling, the Galaxy S10 5G will come later this year.

We have a Galaxy S10+ review and a Galaxy S10 review, plus a video review for the both of them.

Many pre-orders shipped out a few days ago so some of you may already be holding an S10. Also, the end of the pre-order stage means no more free Galaxy Buds. There are still deals available, though, e.g. buying the Buds with an S10 phone in India gets you INR 5,000 credit.

In the US, AT&T is running a Buy One Get One Free deal. Check for local deals.



Reader comments

  • Alien
  • 11 Mar 2019
  • 3RM

It's only logical if we want to survive as a pre-warp society :) Live longe and prosper!

We definitely don't have the same beliefs. You into that alien shit? Wow.

  • Anonymous
  • 10 Mar 2019
  • ut@

The rise of Skynet isn't as far off as we thought, folks. Phones are revolting already.

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