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Samsung opens pre-ordering for next generation Galaxy S10 in Sri Lanka


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Samsung Sri Lanka has opened pre-ordering for its recently-launched premium Galaxy S line with great offers for early buyers. Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e are the latest additions to the premium Galaxy S series launched globally in San Francisco on 20 February. All three models Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e will be available in Sri Lanka. 

Samsung S10+

The Galaxy S line has always been recognised for its legacy of meaningful innovation, enthralling consumers with exciting features that have re-defined the smartphone experience. The new Galaxy S10 devices bring next generation smartphone technology and experience. The new Galaxy S line pack cinematic Infinity-O Display, versatile Pro-Grade Camera, Wireless PowerShare, and in-display Ultrasonic fingerprint Scanner (only on Galaxy S10+/S10).

The new Galaxy S line comes in three stunning colours with ultra-premium prism sheen. The higher memory variants on Galaxy S10+ will be available in a unique, stand-out ceramic finish. 

Galaxy S10+ will be available in 1 TB, 512GB and 128 GB storage variants and will be priced at Rs. 299,999, Rs. 233,990 and Rs. 187,990 respectively, while 1TB variant is exclusively available with Dialog Axiata PLC. The 1 TB and 512 GB variants are being offered in luxurious, ceramic white and ceramic black colours respectively, while the 128 GB variant will come in premium prism black, prism white and prism blue colours. 

Priced at Rs. 168,990 Galaxy S10’s 128 GB variant will be available in prism white colour, prism black, and prism blue colours. Further, Galaxy S10e comes with 128 GB storage variant in prism black and prism white colours. It will be priced at Rs. 139,990.

Priced at Rs. 168,990, Galaxy S10’s 128 GB variant will be available in prism white, prism black, and prism blue colours. Further, Galaxy S10e comes with 128 GB storage variant in prism black and prism white colours. It will be priced at Rs. 139,990.

Customers will be able to pre-order their Galaxy S10 devices from 1 March 10 a.m. to 12 March 6 p.m. through Damro, JKOA, Singer, Singhagiri, Softlogic, Dialog Axiata PLC, Mobitel, Wow.lk and Daraz.lk and selected authorised retail outlets island-wide. All variants of Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e will be available across retail stores from 15 March.

 

Offers

The pre-order offers for the Galaxy S10, S10+ devices are designed to excite and reward early buyers and loyal fans who wish to be the first to own these amazing next generation devices. Consumers who pre-order the Galaxy S10 or S10+ will get the opportunity to own the next generation Galaxy Buds free. 

The Galaxy Buds are Samsung’s premium, true-wireless earbuds. They are capable of a massive 6 hours of usage time on a single charge. They also come with adaptive dual microphones for clear call audio, even in noisy environments. Bluetooth 5.0 enables simultaneous connectivity with multiple devices. They are equipped with Bixby intelligence that can be activated with a single tap. Galaxy Buds are tuned by AKG and provide a rich, immersive audio experience 

The accessory can be wirelessly charged directly from Galaxy S10 devices using the new Wireless PowerShare technology, for on-the-go, convenient usage.

 


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