SAMSUNG Galaxy S10 deals are a hot topic, and Android fans have one to consider a week before Black Friday even begins.
Amazon has dropped the price of the Samsung Galaxy S10 128GB Hybrid-SIM handset by 25 per cent.
That makes the SIM-free handset available for £602.99. It's £196 cheaper than its regular retail price, and it's the lowest price Amazon has ever listed the phone at.
We've checked the Amazon price-tracker website Camelcamelcamel, and the previous lowest price recorded was £612.30, so it's a genuine deal worthy of tempting Android fans.
While the larger Galaxy S10 Plus might be on some people's Black Friday shopping list - and we'll be keeping an eye out for deals on that too - there's no denying the S10 is a cracking phone for anyone looking to move from an older or less powerful model.
Key Samsung Galaxy S10 specs
Originally released at a price of £799, the handset has largely maintained its value, showing how well-regarded it is.
When we got hands-on with the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ we said of the smaller sibling, 'the Galaxy S10 certainly has the hardware chops to do well.
For instance, there are three cameras on the back, which work together to take pin-sharp snaps'.
And we're sure you won't be disappointed now, especially at the discounted price.
But make no mistake, for Android lovers this Galalxy S10 SIM-free deal seems hard to beat.
Keep an eye on the latest tech deals on our Black Friday tech deals page, where we pick out the best deals just for you.
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