Amazon Slashes Prime Day Phone Prices

Amazon Slashes Prime Day Phone Prices
Amazon has cut the price of Samsung's Galaxy S10 and S9 devices by up to $300 for Prime Day.

(CCM) — Amazon is turning its annual Prime Day sale into a bonanza for smartphone buyers by hacking up to $300 from the price of the entire rage of Samsung Galaxy S10 handsets, The Verge is reporting.

The online retail giant has cut $300 off the price of the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus models, while the S10E has been reduced by $200 from its original launch price. That means the S10 (with 128 GB storage) is offered for $599, the S10 Plus (128 GB) for $699, and the S10E (128 GB storage) for $549.

Last year's Galaxy S9 and Note9 handsets have also been discounted to $349 and $649 respectively.

Every handset is designed for the U.S. market and therefore compatible with the four major carriers' networks, and it comes with a full U.S. warranty. They can be used on those networks without the need for a specific service plan contract, the report adds.

Other smartphones on offer at special Prime Day prices include the Google Pixel range, LG's G8 ThinQ, the Moto G7, and Razer Phone 2 from Motorola, and Nokia's 3.1, 6.1, 7.1, and 9 PureView, which is priced at $499.

Amazon Prime Day was first held in 2015, offering Prime subscribers access to discounts and deals. In 2019 Amazon extended Prime Day, turning it into to a two day event, spanning July 15 and 16.

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