Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy S10 range.

It consists of the Samsung Galaxy S10+, S10, and S10e, though a 5G model is also incoming and the Galaxy Fold got a release date, too. But we're focusing on the main S10 devices now and how much they cost. You can pre-order them from Samsung and others, and they'll arrive on the 8 March with a free set of the Samsung Wireless Galaxy Buds. Samsung is even running a trade-in program.

Here's everything you need to know about how much each phone costs, how to pre-order from Samsung and use its trade-in program, or how to take advantage of great carrier deals. This is your go-to guide for everything S10, in terms of US pricing anyway.

Pre-order the S10, S10+, or S10e

Reserve your spot

You can sign up through Samsung to reserve your spot. You'll have 72 hours to place a preorder when they go live at 12:01am ET on 20 February.

Samsung's trade-in program

You can trade in your current phone for up to $550 in credit toward a new S10 from Samsung. If you place an order on the S10 or S10+ at any retailer between 21 February and 7 March, you can get a free pair of Galaxy Buds. Just keep in mind this offer is directly from Samsung.

Galaxy S10 US price

The S10 is the standard model in the range, with triple rear-facing cameras, an embedded fingerprint sensor, high-resolution display, 8GB of RAM, and the same Snapdragon 855 processor found in the other devices. As such, it has middle-of-the-road pricing. The 128GB model with 8GB of RAM is $899.99 at Samsung and Best Buy, and the 512GB model with 8GB of RAM is $999.99 at Samsung and Best Buy.

Both come with a $200 gift card (with carrier activation).

Galaxy S10+ US price

The largest, most powerful of the bunch, the S10+, has the same triple rear-camera setup as the S10, along with a second 8-megapixel selfie lens. You can get it with up to 1TB of storage and 12GB RAM and a ceramic back instead of glass. If any of this interests you, the 128GB model with 8GB of RAM is $999.99 at Samsung and Best Buy, and the 512GB model with 8GB of RAM is $1,099.99 at Samsung and Best Buy.

The 1TB model with 12GB of RAM is $1,199.99 at Samsung and Best Buy.

Galaxy S10e US price

The most affordable Galaxy S10 device is the S10E. It has a Snapdragon 855, FHD+ display, a lower RAM count compared to the S10, two rear-facing lenses, and a few other differences. In terms of pricing, the 128GB model with 6GB of RAM is $749.99 at Samsung and Best Buy, and the 256GB model with 8GB of RAM is $799.99 at Samsung and Best Buy. Both come with a $100 gift card (with carrier activation).

US carrier deals

Sprint

Sprint has the S10 for $37.50 per month over 18 months with a Sprint Flex lease. You'll get a free S10e with purchase, paid back in monthly credits over the 18-month lease. This deal requires one new line and one upgraded line. View Sprint's offer here.

Sprint has the S10+ for $41.67 per month over 18 months with a Sprint Flex lease. You'll get a free S10e with purchase, paid back in monthly credits over the 18-month lease. This deal requires one new line and one upgraded line. View Sprint's offer here.

Sprint has the S10e for $31.25 per month over 18 month with a Sprint Flex lease. You'll get a free S10E with purchase, paid back in monthly credits over the 18-month lease. This deal requires one new line and one upgraded line. View Sprint's offer here.

AT&T

AT&T has the S10 for $30 per month ($38.34 for 512GB) over 30 months. Preorders will get free a pair of Galaxy Buds and will be eligible to get a free S10e (or $750 in monthly credits toward a more premium Galaxy device with the purchase of the S10, if you open and a new line). View AT&T's offer here.

AT&T has the S10+ starting at $33.34 per month ($41.67 for 512GB model, $53.34 for 1TB model) over 30 months. Preorders will get free a pair of Galaxy Buds and will be eligible to get a free S10e (or $750 in monthly credits toward a more premium Galaxy device with the purchase of the S10+, if you open and a new line). View AT&T's offer here.

AT&T has the S10e for $25 per month over 30 months on AT&T Next. If you purchase an S10E, S10, or S10 Plus, you can get another S10E for free, paid back in monthly credits over the 18-month lease. This deal requires a new line. View AT&T's offer here.

Verizon

Verizon has the S10 for $37.49 per month over 24 months. Preorders will get free a pair of Galaxy Buds and will be eligible to get a free S10e (or $750 in monthly credits toward a more premium Galaxy device with the purchase of the S10+, if you open and a new line). View Verizon's offer here.

Verizon has the S10+ for $41.66 per month over 24 months. Preorders will get free a pair of Galaxy Buds and will be eligible to get a free S10e (or $750 in monthly credits toward a more premium Galaxy device with the purchase of the S10+, if you open and a new line). View Verizon's offer here.

Verizon has the S10e for $31.24 per month over 24 months. If you purchase an S10E, S10 or S10 Plus, you can get an S10E for free, paid back in monthly credits over the 18-month lease. This deal requires a new line. View Verizon's offer here.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile has the S10 starting at $22.23 per month over 36 months (after $99.99 down). If you trade-in a phone, you can get half off the S10E and up to $390 off the purchase of an additional S10 or S10 Plus if you open a new line. View T-Mobile's offer here.

T-Mobile has the S10+ for $22.23 per month for 36 months (after $199.99 down). If you trade-in a phone, you can get half off the S10E and up to $390 off the purchase of an additional S10 or S10 Plus if you open a new line. View T-Mobile's offer here.

T-Mobile has the S10e for $20.84 per month on the carrier’s 36-month plan. If you trade-in a phone, you can get half off the S10E and up to $390 off the purchase of an additional S10 or S10 Plus if you open a new line. View T-Mobile's offer here.

ee.co.uk - PAY MONTHLY PHONES The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is now available on EE who have been awarded the UK’s best network for the fifth year running. RootMetrics tested the four UK networks and EE was faster and more reliable than all of them, with better data performance. Their network has come a long way since they launched in 2012. Back then they had 11 UK cities covered by 4G. Today they cover most of the UK’s land mass, thanks to 19,000 state-of-the-art 4G sites. They’ve got faster, too – from 50Mbps to a maximum speed of 400Mbps. And they’re soon to experience even greater possibilities with the launch of 5G.

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