Samsung recently announced its new smartphones in the form of the Galaxy S20 series. These phones are by no means cheap, but the good news is that if you want to save some money and don’t necessarily need to have the latest or greatest smartphone (at the moment), Samsung has your back.

In addition to launching the Galaxy S20 lineup, Samsung has also announced that they will be keeping the Galaxy S10 lineup around. They will also (naturally) be lowering the prices across the board for the Galaxy S10 series of phones, meaning that if you wanted to save yourself some money, now’s a good time as any.

So how much will Samsung’s 2019 smartphones cost? For the Samsung Galaxy S10e, the price has been lowered to $599 from $749, while the Galaxy S10 will now cost $699 instead of $899, and the Galaxy S10 Plus will be priced at $799 instead of $999. These new prices have yet to come into effect, but if you want to save yourself a few hundred bucks, maybe you might want to hold off on buying it just yet until the new prices enter the system.

Samsung’s decision isn’t exactly new or groundbreaking. Companies like Apple have typically kept previous-gen smartphones around even after the new ones have been announced, and usually at lowered prices as well.

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