Samsung on Wednesday officially unveiled the Galaxy S10 series, which includes four different models and prices ranging from $750 all the way up to $1,600. Preorders go live on February 21, with a launch set for March 8.

You can purchase the Galaxy S10 through Samsung directly. In fact, if you do go through Samsung, the company is offering up to $550 off the retail price if you trade in an eligible device. An iPhone X, for example, will get you the maximum $550 trade in value. This offer applies to all of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 devices, from the Galaxy S10e to the Galaxy S10 Plus.

Samsung is also offering free Galaxy Buds if you preorder the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10 Plus between February 21 and March 7.

In addition to the carriers listed below, you can find the Galaxy S10 through retailers such as Amazon, B&H, Best Buy, Costco, Sam's Club, Target, and Walmart.

Here are unlocked prices:

  • Galaxy S10e (128GB): $750
  • Galaxy S10e (256GB): $850
  • Galaxy S10 (128GB): $900
  • Galaxy S10 (512GB): $1,150
  • Galaxy S10 Plus (128GB): $1,000
  • Galaxy S10 Plus (512GB): $1,200
  • Galaxy S10 Plus (1TB): $1,600

Galaxy S10e

This is Samsung's most affordable version of the Galaxy S10. Think of it as Samsung's version of the iPhone XR—the device doesn't skimp on specs or design, though its screen is lower resolution and it only features a dual-camera setup, as opposed to the Galaxy S10's triple-camera arrangement.

  • Verizon: Pricing starts at $31.24 per month for 24 months. The carrier is also offering a free Galaxy S10e with one new line of service. The discount is applied via 24 monthly credits.
  • AT&T: Pricing starts at $25 per month for 30 months. The carrier is also offering a free Galaxy S10 with a new line of service. The discount is applied through AT&T financing.
  • T-Mobile: Pricing starts at $20.84 per month for 36 months. You can trade in your old device and get up to $550 off the Galaxy S10e.
  • Sprint: Pricing starts at $31.25 per month for 18 months. The carrier is also offering up to $550 off with an eligible trade in. You can also get a Galaxy S10 for free when you purchase a Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10 Plus.

Galaxy S10

The middle brother of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 lineup. This will likely be the model most diehard Samsung fans pickup. It features a gorgeous 6.1-inch QHD display, ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, and a triple-camera setup.

  • Verizon: Pricing starts at $37.49 per month for 24 months. If you preorder, you'll get a free pair of Galaxy Buds. You can also trade in your old phone for up to $550 toward the Galaxy S10. The carrier is also offering a BOGO deal if you buy with Verizon and activate your device through Verizon.
  • AT&T: Pricing starts at $30 per month for 30 months. Preorder and you can get the Galaxy Buds for free. You can also get a Galaxy S10e for free with your purchase of the Galaxy S10 or $750 credit put toward a more expensive Galaxy device.
  • T-Mobile: Pricing starts at $22.33 per month over 36 months. You can trade in your old device and get up to $550 off the Galaxy S10, plus free Galaxy Buds if you preorder.
  • Sprint: Pricing starts at $37.50 per month over 18 months. Customers can get up to $550 off with an eligible trade in and free Galaxy Buds with a preorder. Sprint is also offering a Galaxy S10e for free with a purchase of the Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10 Plus.

Galaxy S10 Plus

The monster of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 lineup, the Galaxy S10 Plus features a 6.4-inch display, a triple-camera setup, and up to 12GB of RAM. This is the device for fans who are looking for the very latest, but beware: depending on which configuration you choose, you could be looking at spending $1,600.

  • Verizon: Pricing starts at $41.66 per month for 24 months. Trade in an old device and get up to $550 toward your new device. If you preorder, you can also get Galaxy Buds for free. When you buy a Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10 Plus, you can get any of those devices for free when you buy through Verizon and activate it on Verizon's network.
  • AT&T: Pricing starts at $33.34 per month for 30 months. Preorders will get free Galaxy Buds. You can also trade in an older device for $550 toward the device. When you buy a Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10 Plus, you can get one free when you buy through AT&T and activate it on AT&T's network.
  • T-Mobile: Prices start at $22.33 per month for 36 months. Preorders will get free Galaxy Buds. You can also trade in an older device for $550 toward the device.
  • Sprint: Prices start at $41.67 per month over 18 months. Preorders will get free Galaxy Buds. You can also trade in an older device for $550 toward the device. When you buy a Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10 Plus, you can get a free Galaxy S10 e when you buy through Sprint and activate it on Sprint's network.