Samsung Galaxy S10 is the latest flagship from the South Korea tech giant, and today is the last chance to take advantage of a great deal for it.
The S10 brought with it a number of big new features to Samsung’s Galaxy range of smartphones when it was released in March.
The hole-punch cutout for the front facing camera as well as reverse charging were all firsts for Samsung with the S10 offering a big upgrade over the S9.
Express.co.uk were suitably impressed with the Android handset, awarding it 4.5 stars out of five in our review.
And for Samsung fans looking to upgrade to the Galaxy S10 time is running out to take advantage of a deal which could save you big.
Today is the last chance to take advantage of a deal which can save you up to £440 on a Galaxy S10.
The Samsung deal offers fans the big S10 saving when they trade in a selected smartphone.
To take advantage of the deal, the S10 has to be purchased by 11.59pm BST on Thursday May 16.
The offer applies to new SIM-free purchases of the S10, S10+ or S10e purchased at BT, AO.com, Amazon, Argos, John Lewis, Littlewoods or Very.
These devices can be purchased in store or online.
Click here to read the full terms and conditions for the Samsung Galaxy S10 trade-in offer.
In our review of the flagship handset, Express.co.uk said “there’s no question that Galaxy S10+ is one of the best phones Samsung has ever made”.
We explained: “It looks fabulous, has that incredible triple rear camera, good battery life and extras such as the ability to refill other devices wirelessly.
“The screen is also one of the greatest we’ve ever seen and is guaranteed to make your content look better than ever.
“However, none of this is really that new with other manufacturers, including Huawei, already producing phones with many of these features.
“Samsung is also battling against the ever-growing army of cheaper and feature-packed Android phones from the likes of OnePlus and Honor.
“If you buy the S10 or S10+ you are going to love it but with all that smartphone competition out there it’s a tough choice to make.”
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