Samsung Galaxy S10 pre-order goes live in the US!

The whole world has been crazy about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 for the past few months. Samsung’s upcoming punch-hole pioneer is arguably the most leaked device ever. We already (think we) know everything about this device, from its final design to the price range.

And now, Samsung has made its first move towards finally unveiling this device. Namely, starting today the Samsung Galaxy S10 is available for pre-order in the US!

However, this offer just serves as some kind of reservation, because it won’t automatically place an order once the new device gets unveiled. Instead, signing up during the Reservation Period will give you priority in actual pre-ordering, so you’ll eventually receive your device earlier.

Here’s what the pre-order page says:

“Please note that simply reserving your device during the Reservation Period will not automatically place an order. To place the order and receive Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy device, after you place your reservation, you must return to Samsung.com or the App and fully complete the order transaction within the 72 hour period after the device goes on sale. If you do not return to Samsung.com or the App to complete your order, your reservation will be cancelled automatically and you will no longer have reserved priority for placing an order to receive the next Galaxy device, and your ability to place an order going forward will be subject to availability of devices and any shipping times available at the time of your order.” 

Samsung also offers decent trade-in options that will reduce the price by up to $550. Eligible trade-in devices include smartphones from Samsung, Apple, LG, Google, and Motorola. You can find the trade-in value of your device on the pre-order page.

On top of that, Samsung also allows you to choose the desired carrier, from the list of all major US carriers. There’s also the Unlocked version, which we assume will cost more.

If you reserve your new Galaxy S10 device during the Reservation Period, Samsung promises the delivery by March 8th.

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