Samsung has been riding high on its early success of Galaxy S10 series. We have known that all the odds are in favour of Samsung right now. First of all, all three variants of Galaxy S10 have been critically acclaimed. Also, it is known that the Galaxy S10 series has already become the best selling series from Samsung, ever.
Apart from that, Samsung has been getting praises from analysts as well. One of the famous analysts, Ming-Chi Kuo has rated the Samsung Galaxy S10 series very highly. According to him, Samsung will manage to sell 40-45 million units of Samsung Galaxy S10 series combines. However, it is worth noting that Ming-Chi Kuo earlier predicted this figure to be around the 30-35 million mark.
Now, there is even more good news for the buyers of Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series. This news is thanks to the partnership between Spotify and Samsung in the US. We already know that Samsung is pre-bundling Spotify on all its Galaxy S10 series smartphones. Now, we are getting to know Spotify is offering 6 months of free Spotify Premium subscription to buyers of Galaxy S10 models.
There are some caveats of this offer from Spotify, however. These terms include that Samsung’s Galaxy S10 must be purchased in the US. You must be new to Spotify Premium. That means if you’ve ever paid for Premium or you claimed a free trial offer in the past, you don’t qualify. Once the 6-month trial window is over, you will be charged the full monthly price.
On top of that, YouTube has announced that it will offer YouTube Premium to all Galaxy S10 buyers in the US for free up to 4 months. The only condition with YouTube’s offer is that you need to buy the devices between February 20, 2019 – February 29, 2020. In the case of YouTube, the offer is available globally but only in countries where YouTube Premium is available.