Samsung's Galaxy S10 lineup can be purchased through the Microsoft Store

Samsung's Galaxy S10 lineup can be purchased through the Microsoft Store”

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is sure to be one of the biggest smartphone releases of the year, and today it's officially launching at T-Mobile. The S10+ is also available in 8GB/128GB and 8GB/512GB models, while the S10 is offered in 8GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB versions and the S10e is available in 6GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB variants.

Samsung isn't the only company trying to tempt you to buy the new S10 from them, of course.

Furthermore, new US Spotify customers, who purchase the Galaxy S10, will qualify for six months of free Spotify Premium. And finally, it is restricted to the USA, at least for now.

"This partnership makes it easy for Samsung mobile users to access their favorite music and podcasts on Spotify, wherever they are and however they choose to listen".

The Galaxy S10's batch of preinstalled apps will include Spotify. Spotify enhances the Bixby Home screen by providing Spotify content and recommendations tailored for each listener.

With Microsoft firmly out of the smart phone hardware game, it's been free to "trojan horse" and promote itself on to any partner devices it deems valuable and today, that partner happens to be Samsung. "Whether they're listening to the latest hit albums or checking out their favourite playlist, we're giving eligible Galaxy S10 users access to an fantastic six-month Spotify Premium offer".

And if you are in the United States, you will also be getting 6 months of free Spotify Premium.

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