Samsung makes some of the best-selling smartphones in the world and its most recent offerings suggest the company's success isn't going to falter anytime soon.

If you're tempted by the Korean company's handsets more so than the competition, here you'll find a rundown of some of the best deals on the company's latest phones right now, including a mix of both SIM-free and contract deals.

Best Samsung Galaxy Deals

Samsung Galaxy phone buying advice

While to some the structure of Samsung's smartphone portfolio might seem obvious, if you're a long-standing iPhone user or you're not a tech fanatic, like we are here, there's every chance that the difference between the S10e and the A20e isn't immediately clear.

If that's the case, read on to understand the makeup of Samsung's lineup and to help you decide which device will make the best fit.

Samsung Galaxy S series

Arguably Samsung's most well-known smartphone line, the Galaxy S series has served as the company's flagship brand since 2010. In 2019, we were introduced to the biggest lineup of Galaxy S phones to date, with the S10e at one end and the S10 5G at the other.

Four phones in all, with each offering a larger body, screen and battery than the one before, as well as additional features. Whichever one you pick, the Galaxy S10 lineup offers a flagship-class experience, no matter what and as such, without the great deals we've included here, you can expect to pay upwards of £650.

Samsung Galaxy Note series

Galaxy Note devices usually launch in the latter half of each year and bring with them refined experiences and features that were likely introduced on the company's Galaxy S devices from earlier that same year; as well as larger screens, more power and the inclusion of the company's S Pen stylus.

2019 signalled a change for the Galaxy Note family, with a range of models that differed in more than just the amount of storage they offered.

The standard Note 10 is slightly smaller and possesses a slightly weaker feature-set compared to the bigger Galaxy Note 10+, while, as the name implies, the Note 10+ 5G, simply adds superfast mobile connectivity to the already-snappy formula that makes up the Note 10+.

Samsung Galaxy A series

Following closely behind Samsung's flagship-class 'S' devices is the A-series. As you might be able to guess from the lettering, these are still capable phones, falling under what most could consider 'mid-range' with premium touches and features.

Unlike the S-series, the numbering helps quickly distinguish between the pricer, more capable devices and the simpler, but more affordable entries. At the top of the 2019 pile sits the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G (RRP £669), while at the other end you'll find the humble Galaxy A10 (RRP £139).

Note: In previous years Samsung's A-series dealt in single digits, rather than tens, so if you come across the likes of a Galaxy A9 or A5, for example, just know it's one of Samsung's older mid-range devices.

Samsung Galaxy J & M series'

If affordability is at the top of your list, then it's Samsung's Galaxy J and M lineups that you'll want to consider. The likelihood of encountering these device families varies by market. For instance, the J-series hasn't been updated for 2019/2020 in the UK and the M-series doesn't feature at all.

If you want more info on Samsung's best and brightest, check out our rundown of the Best Samsung Galaxy Phones.

1. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G (256GB) + free Galaxy Watch Active


Was: £61 per month + £99 upfront

Now: £61 per month + £99 upfront  (Free Galaxy Watch Active)

2. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus (256GB) + 120GB data on O2


Was: £59 per month

Now: £47 per month  (£288 off)

This Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ plan, courtesy of, comes complete with 120GB of 4G browsing a month (up from the plan's standard 60GB), plus unlimited calls, texts and a suite of O2 benefits.

Thanks to Mobile Phones Direct's offer of £288 cashback as part of this special, the monthly costs over the course of this 24-month plan are reduced from £59 a month down to just £47 a month, with no upfront cost.

3. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (256GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £869

Now: £799.99  (£100 off)

The smaller of Samsung's latest Galaxy Note 10 devices, the standard model still comes with the distinctive S-Pen and, courtesy of Amazon, enjoys £30 taken from the original asking price. (Discount varies by colour, check before purchase).

4. Samsung Galaxy S10e (128GB)

From: Laptops Direct

Was: £669

Now: £449  (£220 off)

The baby of Samsung's 2019 flagships is still a killer phone in its own right and this astounding offer cuts the price to just £499 direcrtly . It's the cheapest price around (we've checked!). All you need to do is pair it with a PAYG SIM.

5. Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus (128GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £899

Now: £690  (£209 off)

Get £200 off the powerful Samsung Galaxy S10+, complete with 128GB of internal storage. (Discount varies by colour, check before purchase).

6. Samsung Galaxy A21s (3GB RAM, 32GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £179

Now: £161  (£18 off)

One of the notable 2020 entry-level Galaxy devices comes in the form of the A21s; with a fast-charging 5000mAh battery and a 48Mp camera leading the spec sheet. Now with an Amazon discount.

7. Samsung Galaxy A80 (128GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £727

Now: £499  (£228 off)

Samsung's powerful and unique Galaxy A80 gets a huge discount in time for Black Friday season. For almost £250 less than its original RRP, the A80 brings a huge, near bezel-free display, large battery and standout rotating triple camera module to the table.

8. Samsung Galaxy S10+ (512GB)

From: Amazon

Was: £1099

Now: £599  (£500 off)

The higher storage capacity 512GB Galaxy S10+ can be had with almost 50% off its original RRP on Amazon. Discount varies by colour, check before purchase.

When is Black Friday 2020 - should you wait for a better deal?

Black Friday will take place on Friday 27 November, immediately followed by Cyber Monday on 30 November. Traditionally the biggest sales event of the year, it may yet throw up some even greater tech deals - but with so much uncertainty around finance and retail, and no guarantees regarding what discounts we will see, we advise you not to wait: if you see a deal you like, on a product you need, and you can afford the outlay, buy it today.

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