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Samsung Galaxy S10 price cut by $300 for Amazon Prime Day

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The best Amazon Prime Day 2019 price the Samsung Galaxy S10 is so good that it's actually caused the online retailer to put the phone on backorder today.

Luckily, this Samsung-focused Prime Day deal is still available to buy – if you're willing to wait since its backordered. It may be worth it for you because the S10 is among the best phones you can buy today.

Samsung Galaxy S10 $899 $599.99 on Amazon
This is the best price for an S10 phone right now, and it's a penny less than $600. When this phone came out in March, it was $900, and we were certainly critical of that in our S10 review.View Deal

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has just about every feature you could want from a brand new, flagship smartphone. It runs Android Pie and is sure to get Android Q in the future, and it runs that on a powerful processor. In the case of this discounted model, it's actually powered by Samsung's in-house Exynos chipset instead of the Snapdragon 855 chipset, but it's just as capable of powering an excellent smartphone experience.

Samsung's displays are among the best (it's no wonder they show up in the iPhone XS, too), and the new Infinity-O display see the display stretch even wider to 6.1 inches with a 93.1% screen-to-body ratio. There's a small cutout in the display for the 10MP, front-facing camera. Meanwhile, the rear of the S10 has three cameras, one 16MP ultra-wide camera and two 12MP for telephoto and regular snapshots.

The rear of the chassis is also glass to allow wireless charging and better signal (it's not a 5G phone, but it's among the fastest 4G LTE phones), and the Galaxy S10 is actually capable of wireless charging in both directions. In other words, you could power your friends' phone with yours. And, with a 3,400mAh battery, it has a little it can spare.

That whole frame is also water resistant, so you can keep taking pictures with the excellent cameras even if it starts raining on you. The S10 price drop applies to the unlocked version, which means you can take it to use with that carriers of your choice.