Samsung cut prices on last year's flagship Galaxy S10 before the presentation of the Galaxy S20

On February 11, Samsung will hold the Galaxy Unpacked presentation, which will debut the new Galaxy S20 flagship family.

In anticipation of the event, the company cut prices on last year's Galaxy S10 lineup.

How many?

Most of all, the top model Samsung Galaxy S10 + in the ceramic case with 1 TB of memory “threw off” the price - $ 1100 instead of the previous $ 1600.

For Galaxy S10 + (128 GB) they are now asking for $ 800 instead$ 1000 Galaxy S10 with the same amount of memory now costs not $ 900, but $ 700. For the younger version of the Galaxy S10e, they are now asking for $ 650 (128 GB) and $ 750 (256 GB). This is $ 100 less than the previous price tags.

So far, prices have been dropped only in the United States, but, most likely, other countries will follow the States in the near future.

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And Galaxy Note 10 there too

The flagships of the Galaxy Note 10, which debuted only in early August, also became cheaper. True, while this is a temporary discount.
The base Galaxy Note 10 can be bought for $ 539.99 (256 GB), Galaxy Note 10+ for $ 639.99 (256 GB) and $ 939.99 (512 GB), Galaxy Note 10+ 5G for $ 1039.99 (256 GB). These are the price tags for smartphones without reference to the operator.

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Source: Samsung 1, 2

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