A tweet from Twitter reporter Evan Blass reveals that the four major US carriers have deals on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 once the orders start by phone. The Galaxy Note 10 series will be presented on August 7th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Advance orders should be accepted immediately after the end of the unpacking event, with a launch date of 23 August.
All 4 Major US Carriers Will Have A Promotion With Pre-order On The Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Blass has tweeted some leaked images revealing the first promotional ad tests for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. These show what a Galaxy Note 10, a Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Buds, and the Samsung Duo-Fast Charge Stand wireless charger should be. The copy has the logo of each courier; Verizon says: “Pre-order any [DaVinci] and get a [DaVinci D1] free. The AT&T and T-Mobile proofs read “Pre-order [DaVinci] and get another one FREE.” The Sprint layout reads” Get 50% discount [DaVinci] with Sprint Flex Lease.
First of all, we must point out that if you haven’t discovered it yet, DaVinci is the code name used by Samsung for the Galaxy Note 10. And although we don’t know exactly how these offers will work, usually the price of the second phone (in the case of Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile) are paid with monthly billing credits. A new line is often needed, which allows new and existing subscribers to qualify for the agreement. If the price of the 256 GB Note 10 is $999 as some expect, the phone could be priced at $41.62 a month for 24 months and the monthly credits on the account would be the same.
As Sprint offers the Galaxy Note 10 through its Flex Lease program, those who accept the operator in their agreement will receive a 50% discount on the monthly phone rental price for 18 months. After this period of time, the subscriber can deliver the phone and move away from it, or purchase the device with a single payment or finance the balance for six months. If the Sprint member has signed up for the Galaxy Forever plan, he can also deliver the phone after 12 months for the Galaxy Note 11 and start the leasing process from the beginning.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be equipped with a 6.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2280. The result is a 19: 9 ratio. With an Infinity-O screen, the phone will have a screen-to-body ratio of 91.34 %. In the Us, the phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 (+) mobile platform, while Exynos 9825 will be under the hood somewhere else. The basic version of the phone will have 8 GB of memory and 256 GB of memory. The camera setup on the back includes a 12 MP main camera, a 12 MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom and a 16 MP wide-angle camera). Keeping the lights on is a 3500 mAh battery that quickly recharges at 25W with a wired charger and 15W for wireless charging.
The phone has an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the screen and an IP68 certification degree. This means that the phone can be immersed in almost five feet of water for 30 minutes. Android 9 Pie is pre-installed and PowerShare allows the phone owner to share part of the battery life with the reverse wireless charging feature.
It doesn’t matter from which US carrier you pre-order the Galaxy Note 10, you will need to consider an agreement. And the advance orders will start in just nine days.
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