Here’s your chance to get your hands on the excellent Samsung Galaxy 10+ Android-powered smartphone for just $284.99. It comes with 128GB of internal storage and is fully unlocked to all carriers.

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ was originally released in early 2019, which means that this isn’t the newest Android device on the market. With that said, it still offers a compelling specification and will be more than good enough for most people who want a highly performant Android-based smartphone.

Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ comes with a whopping 6.4-inch display with dynamic AMOLED and HDR10+ packing in a 1440-by-3040 pixel resolution. As with most modern Samsung smartphones, the S10+ also comes with an extremely informative always-on display that provides important information at a glance without having to unlock the display. It’s also protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6.

Samsung has packed the Qualcomm SM8150 Snapdragon 855 chipset into the S10+ handset with 8GB RAM and a whopping 128GB of internal storage. Owners will also get a first-class mobile photography experience thanks to a triple-lens shooter that also offers a whopping 4K video recording experience with multiple capture modes.

Additionally, the Galaxy S10+ comes with all of the usual connectivity options and internal sensors that you would expect from a modern smartphone, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a fingerprint reader, and heart-rate sensing capabilities. Once you mix the hardware with the powerful Android operation system, you are left with a powerhouse of a smartphone that’s fully unlocked at a very affordable price.

The direct link to purchase this Samsung smartphone is listed below. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price but you will need to be comfortable buying from the Amazon Renewed initiative.

Buy: Samsung Galaxy S10+, 128GB, Prism Black, Unlocked (Renewed) from Amazon: $284.99

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