Finally, Samsung’s most-awaited flagship beasts are now officially available across Australia and one can from every corner of Australia buy Samsung Galaxy S10 devices with immediate effects.
Samsung Galaxy S10 (128GB) – Buy Now
The Samsung’s standard Galaxy S10 is loaded with an on-screen ultrasonic fingerprint scanner as well as a small cutout at the front that houses a front-facing camera. Hence there is more room for its massive 6.1-inches screen to take your enjoyment to the next level while watching HD movies and playing 3D games. It’s, right now, available at Amazom.com.au at $1347 only.
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus (128GB) – Buy Now
The elder brother of S10 named Galaxy S10 Plus comes with 6.4-inches Dynamic AMOLED display which is well-supported with a resolution of 1440 x 3040 Pixels at 550 PPI Density for immersive visuals. Sporting two camera lenses out front and three outback and it’s also backed by an ultrasonic on-screen fingerprint scanner – works fast and gives your device better security. It’s also available at Amazon.com.au at $1499.
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Samsung Galaxy S10e (128GB) – Buy Now
Unfortunately, an offer of free-of-cost Galaxy Buds has now expired as it’s no longer available for pre-orders but at amazon.com.au, it’s priced $1197 and available officially to get your hands on. It’s the most affordable flagship smartphone in Samsung Galaxy S10 handset line – equipped with all the core features of S10 and S10 Plus at eye-catching rates. So, what are you waiting for?
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Prices based on Built-in Storage
- Samsung Galaxy S10 128GB Price: $1347
- Samsung Galaxy S10 512GB Price: $1699
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 128GB Price: $1499
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 512GB Price: $1849
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 1TB Price: $2399
- Samsung Galaxy S10e 128GB Price: $1199
All Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones are available as well on contract terms through Optus, Vodafone and of course, Telstra.