Amazon is offering Samsung's most affordable S10 handset – the S10e – at an even more attractive price than usual, with a whopping £94 discount.
Spotted by T3, the 14 per cent discount takes the price of the Prism Black and Prism White S10e handsets down to £575 from the regular £669. Prism Green is also discounted, but by 13 per cent, so that particular colour comes in at £584. Canary Yellow hasn't budged from full price.
The S10e is a mid-range smartphone that's smaller than the rest of the S10 series, and lacking in the more luxurious features to give customers a more streamlined and affordable alternative to the £1,000 flagship phones that have become the norm. We thought the sun shone out of its Canary Yellow bottom in our review, saying that it "delivers nearly the same premium smartphone experience you get on the standard S10, but for £130 less (or £230 in the case of the S10+)" and now you can get it for even cheaper.
Samsung's Galaxy S10 is great if you have a little more money to play with, but the main differences between the two smartphones is the S10e's smaller 5.8-inch screen that has a slightly lower resolution when compared to the S10's 6.1-inch screen with 3040 x 1440 resolution. The budget handset is also without the in-screen fingerprint reader, featuring a side-mounted fingerprint sensor instead.
On the plus side, all three of Samsung's S10 series phones boast dynamic AMOLED screens, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of base storage.
Amazon's very tempting deal that totally doesn't have me reaching for my wallet joins a handful of other daily deals that Tom ferreted out today, including half price Apple watches, and £70 electric toothbrushes slashed from £250.