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    The Samsung Galaxy S10 officially lands in the Philippines

    Pre-orders are up now!


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    Just a week after it was revealed to the world, Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy S10 series in the Philippines. The new Galaxy S line will be available in the Philippines on March 8, 2019.


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    Unlike the previous Galaxy S lines, the S10 series has three variants — the S10e, the S10, and the S10+. While the three phones come in different sizes, all of them share Samsung’s Infinity-O display along with the latest Exynos 9820 processor.


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    Display aside, the key difference with the S10 lineup is in the cameras. The S10e packs a dual 12 MP + 16 MP ultrawide setup while both the S10 and S10+ come with triple 12 MP (telephoto) + 12 MP (wide) + 16 MP (ultrawide) cameras. As for the front shooters, both the S10e and S10 have 10 MP selfie camera while the S10+ adds an 8 MP depth sensor.


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    As for pricing, the S10 line has the following SRPs:

    • Galaxy S10e – PHP 39,995
    • Galaxy S10 – PHP 49,995
    • Galaxy S10+ – PHP 55,990
    • Galaxy S10+ Ceramic Black 1TB edition – PHP 89,995

    While the phones are not yet available outright, they can be pre-ordered right now. Customers who pre-order any of the S10 phones will receive freebies worth up to PHP 28,500. As a special offer for S10+ buyers, pre-orders of the phone will receive a free Samsung TV — a 43″ Smart TV for the 1TB version and a 32″ HD TV for the 128GB version.


    All Galaxy S10 phones will be available on March 8 at Samsung concept stores and partner outlets nationwide.

    Interested to know more about the Galaxy S10 line? Check out our impressions on Samsung’s latest flagship device lineup here:

    Hands-on and Initial Impression on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

    A Whole New Galaxy Awaits with the Samsung Galaxy S10 Series

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.


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