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Technology Samsung's Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Buds are on sale for $624

02:30  03 december  2019
02:30  03 december  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Amazon has dropped the price of its Samsung Galaxy bundle to $ 624 . The package includes a Galaxy S 10 (unlocked with 128 GB in Prism black), Galaxy Buds and a Amazon gift card. Valued at ,078, the bundle has most recently been on sale for 0.

Galaxy Buds recognize your surroundings, switching between inner and outer. mics to keep unnecessary noise out of your conversation. And when you’re done, Galaxy Buds connect to device-to-device wirelesspower-share. compatible Galaxy devices. So, your Buds are always ready to go

Amazon has dropped the price of its Samsung Galaxy bundle to $624. The package includes a Galaxy S10 (unlocked with 128 GB in Prism black), Galaxy Buds and a $50 Amazon gift card. Valued at $1,078, the bundle has most recently been on sale for $850. At this new price, it's an even better deal.

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The Galaxy S10 is Samsung's flagship model. Introduced early this year, it has an all-screen, bezel-less display with a punchhole for the front-facing camera. The screen is HDR10+ certified, meaning you'll get more dynamic range on your smartphone. There's also an in-screen fingerprint reader, three rear-facing camera lenses and promised improvements you'd expect, like faster speeds and a longer-lasting battery.

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AT&T is offering Samsung ' s just-released Galaxy Buds for .49. Normally priced at 9.99, the wireless earbuds offer six hours of music streaming on a charge.

On Galaxy S 10 5G, S 10 , and S 10 e , Live focus photos on the front camera are shot utilizing the NPU and may have varied results due to the *Super Fast Charging available on Galaxy S 10 5G when using included power adapter and cable. Gear Sport, Gear S 3, Galaxy Watch, and Galaxy Buds .

The Galaxy Buds aren't our favorite true wireless earbuds, but they are tailor-made for the S10, so you'll get to take advantage of all of the features -- like the ability to charge them on the back of your phone. They have a solid battery life and reliable connection, but you'll have to look past average audio quality, frustrating touch controls and a disappointing microphone for calls. At this price, you may be happy to do so.

If you're still on the fence, the extra $50 gift card from Amazon may sway you. You can put that towards accessories for you S10 or other holiday shopping.

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