Where to pre-order the Galaxy S10 in the United States
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S10 lineup today. There are four models in the new lineup three of which will be available for pre-order tomorrow. The fourth is the 5G model which will be available at a later date.
This post contains information about where to pre-order the Galaxy S10 in the United States. It mentions the various carrier and retailer options for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+. Pre-orders for all three variants open 9:01 PM PT / 12:01 AM ET, February 21 and run through March 7.
Galaxy S10 pre-order information for the United States
The Galaxy S10e is the cheapest model in the new lineup and it costs $749.99 outright. Verizon is offering it for $31.24 per month over 24 months, AT&T for $25 per month over 30 months or $28.34 per month for the 256GB model. T-Mobile customers can get it for $20.84 per month over 36 months while Sprint has it for $31.25 per month over 18 months.
The Galaxy S10 starts at $899 outright. Verizon prices it at $37.49 per month, AT&T at $30 per month or $38.34 for the 512GB model over 30 months, T-Mobile asks for $99 down and $22.23 per month over 36 months while Sprint has it for $37.50 per month over 18 billing cycles.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ is the star of the show and it starts at $999.99 outright. Verizon will sell it to you for $41.66 per month over 24 months, T-Mobile for $22.23 per month over 36 months after $199.99 down, AT&T starts at $33.34 per month over 30 months and Sprint is offering it for $41.67 per month over 18 billing cycles.
The Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ are also available unlocked from Samsung, Sam’s Club and Best Buy. The 128GB and 256GB Galaxy S10e costs $749.99 and $799.99 respectively. The 128GB and 512GB Galaxy S10 will set you back $899.99 and $999.99 respectively. Last but not the least, the 128GB, 512GB and 1TB Galaxy S10+ is priced at $999.99, $1,249.99 and $1,599.99 respectively.
Samsung will release the Galaxy S10 lineup on March 8 in select markets across the globe. All pre-order customers in the US get a pair of new Galaxy Buds wireless earphones for free.