Samsung’s Galaxy S10 was launched earlier this year and is one of the best phones Samsung has ever made.
This flagship device comes packed with features including a triple rear camera, fast processor and Samsung’s PowerShare technology which can be used to refill other devices wirelessly.
Fans also get a stunning 6.1″ Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Display and a large battery that can recharge at fast speeds.
Other features include surround sound speakers with Dolby Atmos technology, an embedded Ultrasonic Fingerprint sensor and water-resistant design.
When Express.co.uk reviewed the Galaxy S10 we said: “There’s no question that Galaxy S10+ is one of the best phones Samsung has ever made.
“It looks fabulous, has that incredible triple rear camera, good battery life and extras such as the ability to refill other devices wirelessly.
“The screen is also one of the greatest we’ve ever seen and is guaranteed to make your content look better than ever.”
The S10 is clearly a good phone but now there’s an attractive offer which might convince you to buy one.
Mobiles.co.uk is giving Samsung fans the chance to grab a free Galaxy Watch Active worth over £200 when they sign up to a new contract.
There’s a number of price plans available with some starting for as little as £25 per month.
This deal includes 6GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts.
There is a large £290 upfront fee to pay but the total over the 24-month term is £890.
If you want a smaller fee upfront then there’s also the option to pay just 99p.
This deal then costs £39 per month and includes 30GB of data with the total over the two-year contract costing £936.99.
YOU CAN FIND ALL OF THE DEALS HERE
As a quick reminder, the Galaxy Watch Active includes a 1.1-inch AMOLED screen, two-day battery life and numerous sensors to help track your daily activity levels and nights sleep.
In fact, there’s an accelerometer, barometer, gyro sensor, HR sensor and light sensor.
You can find out full details about the Galaxy Watch Active here.
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