Samsung has announced the Galaxy Note 10 lineup, which, not at all like past years, comprises of two distinct phones: the Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10 Plus, and they’re the first Samsung lead phones without a headphone jack. Actually, there’s a third: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G. It’s elite to Verizon for the time being, however it will come different bearers later.
They’re all accessible for preorder through Samsung and US transporters. Regardless of where you buy the phone, doing so before August 23rd (the release date) will get you a $100 Samsung gift voucher ($150 if you purchase the Note 10 Plus or Note 10 Plus 5G).
To get the gift card, you’ll need to enroll your preorder purchase through the Shop Samsung app on Android or iOS. To begin with, sign in with your Samsung account,at that point tap the tab called “offers” in the application. Inside it, click the “preorder and get more” window, at that point tap “Check whether I’m qualified” and continue with enlisting your phone there.
If you purchase a Note 10 through Samsung, you’ll be qualified to get up to $600 in exchange credit toward a Note 10 or Note 10 Plus. Numerous bearers are offering their own particular exchange offers, however Samsung’s is the least prickly and prohibitive.
Picking the correct one for you is something beyond looking at screen sizes; there are many contrasts within. Our first-look with the Note 10 series highlights all of those differences, and you’ll need to remain tuned over the coming days for conclusive considerations in our full review.
SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10
The Galaxy Note 10 begins at $949.99, and it’s the less expensive of the two Note 10 phones. It has
- a 6.3-inch AMOLED screen,
- 8GB RAM
- 256GB of storage
- lacks a microSD tray for expandable storage
All of the Note 10 variations are accessible in a couple of color options: aura glow, aura white, and aura black. Aura blue is elite to Best Buy in the US.
- The 256GB model with 8GB of RAM costs $949.99 at Samsung, Amazon, Microsoft Store, B&H Photo, Best Buy, Walmart
- Xfinity Mobile
- U.S. Cellular
SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10 PLUS
The Note 10 Plus begins at $1,099.99. This phone is the greatest, most element pressed Note 10 choice you can get. It has
- a 6.8-inch AMOLED screen
- 12GB of RAM,
- supports microSD cards
- 45W fast charging
- The 256GB model with 12GB of RAM valued at $1,0999.99 at Samsung, Amazon, Microsoft Store, B&H Photo, Best Buy, Walmart
- The 512GB model with 12GB of RAM valued at $1,1999.99 at Samsung, Amazon, Microsoft Store, B&H Photo, Best Buy
- Xfinity Mobile
- U.S. Cellular
SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10 PLUS 5G
The Note 10 Plus 5G will be accessible beginning on August 23rd at Verizon. This phone supports LTE availability, and, as you likely guessed from the name, it supports Verizon’s mmWave 5G network (just as mid- and low-band frequencies). This phone will initially be accessible for people who live in one of the cities where Verizon has propelled its network and where it soon plans to launch. If you subscribe to any of the other major US long designs to dispatch. On the off chance that you buy in to any of the other real US transporters, similar to T-Mobile, AT&T, or Sprint, you’ll have the chance to get this phone up at a later date.
If you want to pay less every month, Verizon is offering 36-month repayment plans for the Note 10 Plus 5G. It’s $36.11 every month for 3 years if you want the 256GB version, or $38.88 for the 512GB 5G phone for 3 years.
The previously mentioned Verizon promos listed in the smaller Note 10 section likewise apply here, except Note 10 Plus 5G purchasers will rather get a $150 Samsung gift voucher.