The Samsung Galaxy S10+ may have been replaced by the Galaxy S20+, but it’s still far from outdated-still it’s competitive with the upper midrange phones of this year and doesn’t come with a 5G modem for battery-hogging and space-wasting. Samsung continues to sell its old flagship, and for just $549.99 on Amazon, which is $300 off, you can get the 128GB version right now. The 512GB model is also $300 off and costs $799.99.
It might not have had the best camera or the best fingerprint sensor, but it delivered the best overall experience. He named it the best smartphone to buy at the time, and although it was almost two years ago, relative to the new mid-rangers at the same price, it’s still affordable. The S10+ comes with 8 GB of RAM paired with a Snapdragon 855 and a 6.4-inch curved Quad HD display. Three rear cameras are available, consisting of a wide, ultra-wide, telephoto lens, and two front cameras. It still still has a headphone port, in comparison to many new phones.
$550 is the lowest we’ve seen yet, and we’ve seen the S10+ for as much as $600 before. The offer is the deal of the day for Amazon, so you just had to catch it before midnight, if the inventory even lasted that long. And with the S21 (or S30?) practically around the corner, the company might soon fully stop selling the phone.