The Samsung Galaxy family is now bigger than ever with the launch of the elegantGalaxy S10e, S10 and S10+. Samsung's new models are dropping on 8 March 2019, and they're not cheap, so you better make sure you're getting the very best value for your money.
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The S10e is the cheapest of the trio of new Galaxy mobiles, equipped with a 5.8-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display. Take a look at the latest deals below.
At the time of writing you can pick up a Sim-free Samsung Galaxy S10e for £669 on pre-order. That price is on show on Samsung's official website, and at Carphone Warehouse, Affordable Mobiles and Mobile Phones Direct.
Following in the footsteps of last year's premium Galaxy S9, the S10 serves up a couple of upgrades. It has a larger screen (6.1-inches compared with 5.8 inches), a triple camera setup and an under-display fingerprint sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 costs £799 Sim-free.
If you pre-order a Sim-free Samsung Galaxy S10, you'll be able to claim a free pair of wireless Galaxy Buds (worth around £140) free of charge. The offer is available from Samsung's own website and other online retailers including Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World.
The priciest S10 model, the Galaxy S10+, has the largest screen of the lot at 6.4-inches. That screen is backed up by a 4,100mAh battery, which we'll be putting to the test for ourselves as soon as possible. Unlike its cheaper siblings, the S10+ has a dual selfie camera.
Like the S10, the S10+ comes bundled with the Galaxy Buds if you go Sim-free. For now, that means coughing up a hefty £899.
By trading in your old smartphone, you could knock a tidy sum off the Sim-free cost of a brand new Galaxy S10e, S10 or S10+. Here's an overview of Samsung's pricing options:
Alternatively, many high street retailers now offer trade-in for old phones, andit's good practice to do some research online and gather quotes from multiple websites. Of course, the price you're offered will be dependent on the physical quality of the phone you're handing in.