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The best Samsung Galaxy S10 deals for Black Friday 2020

Samsung Galaxy S10 deals were once the go to option for high-end specs at a good price from this brand. But now, it has fallen behind in the range. While that sounds bad, it is actually great news with new much lower prices appearing.

In fact, Samsung Galaxy S10 deals have slightly replaced the smaller and cheaper S10e - a device that is now quite hard to buy new. While it isn't quite as powerful as the S10 Plus, it could in fact be the best option of the three right now.

Not to mention the fact that despite its slightly more affordable price tag, the Galaxy S10 is one of the best camera phones around right now, rocking a triple camera set-up and some stunning results.

What we're trying to say is, Samsung Galaxy S10 deals are showing the rest of the market how to play. And while going for the larger Galaxy S10 Plus deals or even the newer Samsung Galaxy S20 deals can offer you the best of the best, the price point might be enough to put you off.

It's not even just on contract that this phone is looking more affordable, we're even seeing some solid offers on SIM-free Galaxy S10 deals and prices are likely to drop even further in the next week or two.

And if you're trying to find the absolute best prices on this excellent phone, you're in the right place. We've found all of the best Samsung Galaxy S10 deals currently around and compiled them in this helpful guide. 

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The current best Samsung S10 deal:

Samsung Galaxy S10 | O2 | £49.99 upfront | 30GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £23pm
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has shot down in price recently and now, you can get it for just £23 a month while securing 30GB of data. On top of that, you're only having to pay £49.99 upfront, making this easily the cheapest and best value contract on this phone right now.

Get this big data S10 deal from Mobile Phones Direct

Trading in your old phone for money off the S10:

An easy way to save money on your next device is by selling your old one. There is plenty of sites to help you do this but one of the easiest is Sellmymobile.

It compares different recycling sites, listing their TrustPilot scores, how long it will take for you to get paid, how you send your phone and of course, how much you'll get.

In terms of what you can earn, taking the Samsung Galaxy S8 as an example, you can get up to £126 for a working device or £32 for a completely broken device. Or if you have an iPhone 8, you could earn up to £183.

See our guide to how to sell your phone to find out more

Head to Sellmymobile.com to see how much you can get for your old phone

Samsung Galaxy S10 review

Samsung Galaxy S10 deals

Samsung Galaxy S10 review in brief

The latest and greatest phone to drop from Samsung

Screen size: 6.1-inch | Resolution: 1440 X 3040 | Rear camera: 12 + 12 + 16MP | Front Camera: 10MP | Weight: 157g | OS: Android 9.0 (Pie) | RAM: 6GB | Storage: 128GB/512GB | External storage: Yes | Battery: 3400mAh

Triple rear cameras
Infinity-O display
3.5mm headphone jack
Quite expensive

It's no longer Samsung's newest range with the S20 reigning supreme but the S10 remains one of Samsung's best smartphones and now, at a lower price.

In terms of specs, it comes packed with a 3400mAh battery, an 8GB RAM chipset and a 6.1-inch AMOLED display. However, where the S10 really shines is with its triple lens camera set-up.

This allows you to score some great ultrawide, standard and portrait shots as well as some excellent video.

Read TechRadar's Samsung Galaxy S10 review

Samsung Galaxy S10 deals FAQ:

Should I go for the Samsung Galaxy S10 or S10 Plus?

Samsung's S10 range comes with three options - the Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and the largest S10 Plus. Which one you go for depends on how much you need/want from a phone and what you're willing to pay:

Samsung Galaxy S10: We're going to assume this is the option you were already focused on considering you're already on this page. The S10 fits comfortably in the middle of the three options, offering a great combination of specs and pricing.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: This device is pretty well summed up by its name - Plus. Yes, it is a fair bit more expensive than Samsung Galaxy S10 deals but the Plus provides an increased screen size, battery, RAM and more. If you're willing to go all out, this will be the one to go for.

How does this compare to the iPhone XS?

Samsung and Apple are the two big names in the UK so for many they are the two brands that it will come down to. If you're trying to make the decision between these two competing handsets then there are a few factors it might come down to:

The biggest and probably most alluring factor to the S10 is its price. It comes way under what you'll find for an iPhone XS contract. It has a larger battery life and a higher-res display. Apple on the other hand has the faster CPU and the benefits of iOS.

Is it worth upgrading to the Samsung Galaxy S20?

It's probably no surprise that the Samsung Galaxy S20 is by no means a cheap purchase. In fact, the new range of Samsung is currently one of the most expensive choices on the market!

With this in mind, what we will say is this. If you want the best of the best, go for the Samsung Galaxy S20...but be prepared to pay the price of high quality. However, if you just want an excellent phone from Samsung at a reasonable price, the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be a far better choice for you.

Can I get free gifts with Samsung Galaxy S10 deals?

This is a hard question to answer. Almost all popular handsets tend to see the occasional promotion where a free gift is thrown in. Samsung used to give out the occasional free watch with these devices but now that the Samsung Galaxy S20 is here we will likely see that be where the freebies are going.

There is still the occasional promotion though so keep your eyes peeled and check out sites like Carphone Warehouse, Fonehouse and Buymobiles who frequently offer these unique plans.

How does the S10 compare to the Note 10 range?

While these two devices are very different in terms of designs, they are pretty similar in specs. Both offer similar ratios, battery and processing power and even similar camera experiences.

The biggest difference is the inclusion of the 'S' pen giving you that extra bit of productivity to a certain kind of group with the Note devices. The S handsets are slightly cheaper though.