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Review: Samsung S10e small but compact (Prism Black)

Samsung has launched a ‘mini’ version of its flagship Galaxy S series after many, many years. But the Galaxy S10e priced at £669 is no...

Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e are now available from Vodafone UK

The new Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e are now available at Vodafone UK. Customers who trade in their old Samsung Galaxy S8 or...

Moshi has announced Samsung Galaxy S10 Accessories

Moshi has announced Samsung Galaxy S10 Accessories from USB type C cables to earphones to Wireless chargers for the newly announced Samsung S10 series...

Urban Armor Gear (UAG) announces new cases for the S10,S10+ and S10e

Urban Armor Gear (UAG, urbanarmorgear.com) the designers of rugged, lightweight mobile accessories and smartphone protection with their newest collection of cases for the Samsung Galaxy S10,...

Three UK announces the pricing for the S10 family

Three UK has just announced the pricing for the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ in prism black, white and green, with...

Vodafone UK announces pricing for the S10, S10e and S10+

Vodafone UK customers can pre-order the new devices with 50GB of data on Vodafone’s Red Entertainment plan – at £53 per month (£29 upfront...

Three UK confirms pre-orders for the new Samsung S10e,S10 and S10+

Three UK will be ranging the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ in prism black, white and green, with an additional canary...

Vodafone UK starts Christmas Sales Early and save big

Vodafone is offering huge savings on a range of Pay monthly and Pay as you go smartphones or tablets, accessories, home broadband and SIM...

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