It’s certainly not every day that you save over Â£ 200 on a flagship smartphone, but that’s exactly what you can do with Amazon’s Black Friday deal on a Samsung Galaxy S10. If you’ve been refusing to invest in Samsung’s top-rated phones, Amazon’s offering is one of the lowest prices we’ve seen.
The retailer is offering 25% off a 128GB Galaxy S10 in Prism Black. The handset costs just Â£ 596.99, up from Â£ 799. Some of the other colors are also reduced, but a little less.
Continuously ranked as one of the best – otherwise the Best – currently available handset, the Samsung Galaxy S10 has a large 6.1-inch perforated display with a resolution of 3040×1440 and beautifully curved edges. On the back of the phone is an impressive array of three cameras, including ultra-wide and ultra-zoom lenses.
Tempted, but want to find out about other smartphone offers first? Check out our summary of Black Friday smartphone deals, but act fast, because like all Black Friday sales, the S10 could sell out fast.
Offers on Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones
Not in the UK? Check out our best Samsung Galaxy S10 prices in US below.
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