Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 Lite for international markets back in January, and it’s been available ever since February. Right now it’s finally time for it to make the big trek across the ocean and land in the US.
That will happen tomorrow, on April 17, when the device will become available in unlocked form at both Samsung’s online store as well as Amazon and Best Buy. The price you’ll need to pay to grab one is $650, and you can choose any color as long as it’s Prism Black.
To soften that blow at least somewhat, Samsung is offering up to $250 off the price with a qualifying trade-in, Amazon is throwing in a free pair of Galaxy Buds, and Best Buy shaves $200 off the price with a qualified activation on a wireless service plan.
The Galaxy S10 Lite looks like it’s the cheapest member of the S20 family, but has a different name for whatever reason. It comes with a 6.7″ 1080×2400 AMOLED touchscreen, the Snapdragon 855 chipset, 6/8GB of RAM, 128/512GB of storage, a triple rear camera setup (48 MP main, 12 MP ultrawide, 5 MP macro), a 32 MP selfie snapper buried in the centered screen hole-punch, and a 4,500 mAh battery with 45W fast charging support. It runs Android 10 with One UI 2.1 on top.