Samsung Galaxy S10 Can Be Already Reserved by Customers

With every passing day, we are getting closer and closer to the launch date of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup. However, the South Korean company hasn’t made any announcements about the anticipated S10 series yet. But even though we haven’t heard any official news about the much-awaited smartphones, it looks like the company is already offering to its fans the possibility to reserve a Galaxy S10 phone one week before the Unpacked event, which takes place on the 20th of February.

Preorder of Samsung Galaxy S10 is now available

The company has already created a special page with all the necessary details about the preorder on its official website. Samsung is promising to its future customers up to $550 off the Galaxy S10 if they trade in an eligible old phone. However, it is mentioned that not all the Samsung Galaxy smartphones are eligible for the offer, so check carefully before you place your preorder.

Another thing that we see being mentioned on the webpage is that the devices are expected to ship to the customers who preordered them by the 8th of March. This gives us an idea about what the official release date of the upcoming lineup might be.

Those who will place their reservation online will be given priority during a 72-hour window after preorders become available, so make sure you preorder in time, otherwise you might lose your place in line.

The Unpacked event is happening soon

Samsung’s annual conference is on its way and three different smartphones are expected to be released: a standard Galaxy S10, a more affordable Galaxy S10 E and a larger, more expensive Galaxy S10 Plus. There’s also a chance to see a 5G version of the Galaxy S10, as well as a limited edition model that has been rumored to come with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. We cannot wait to hear more about these new devices during the event.

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