Not to be left out, T-Mobile also confirmed that it will be selling the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, with pre-orders opening tomorrow. The three devices will begin shipping on or before March 8. In the past, T-Mobile has shipped pre-orders as much as a week ahead of the official launch date. So if you do get your pre-order in soon enough, you could be one of the first to get the new Galaxy S10.
The Galaxy S10e is going to be the cheapest of the bunch, coming in at $749. While the Galaxy S10 will be $899 and the Galaxy S10+ coming in at $999. When it comes to T-Mobile's EIP, you can pick up the Galaxy S10e for $20.84 per month, the Galaxy S10 for $22.23 per month and $99 down, and the Galaxy S10+ will be $22.23 per month and $199 down. These are for 36 month installments, much longer than T-Mobile used to do, but this makes the monthly price a bit lower. These are all price increases from the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ released last year, but it is actually warranted this year. Seeing as Samsung is giving customers another camera, but also more RAM and a lot more storage.
When it comes to screen size, the Galaxy S10e has the flat display, which comes in at about 5.8-inches with a full HD+ resolution. The Galaxy S10 jumps up to a 6.1-inch Quad HD+ display that is curved. While the Galaxy S10+ jumps even further to 6.4-inches and it is also Quad HD+ and curved. All three sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, and that's about the only thing that all three have in common. The Galaxy S10e has a dual-camera setup with a 3100mAh capacity. While the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ have a triple camera setup with 3400mAh and 4100mAh capacity batteries, respectively.
Samsung is offering some pre-order bonuses, including the Galaxy Buds for free, if you pre-order before March 7. But T-Mobile is also offering a few bonuses to get you to pre-order any of the Galaxy S10 smartphones. T-Mobile will give customers up to $620 or more via bill credits when you trade-in an eligible device, and add a voice line. That requirement is important, as most other promotions do not require that new line be added. You can also get up to $390 off the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ and half off of the Galaxy S10e when you do a trade-in or add a new line.
These promos are pretty good from T-Mobile, though, there are arguably some better ones at other carriers. But if you are looking to add a new line to your T-Mobile account, then you really can't go wrong with these promotions that T-Mobile is currently running for the Galaxy S10 range. Getting up to $620 off the new device is definitely nice.
T-Mobile will offer the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ in four colors. This includes Prism Black, Prism Blue, Prism White and Flamingo Pink. And they will be available in-store on March 8. Pre-orders will open up at 12:01AM EST on February 21 (tomorrow).