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Galaxy Note 10 may go on sale on August 23 at these price tags

12 July 2019 0

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series which is supposedly launching on August 7 may go up for sale on August 23. As suggested by a report from Yonhap, the phablet will go on sale on August 23 in South Korea. Note that this could be the same date for other countries as well since Samsung has been putting its flagships up for sale in several regions around the world on the same day. The report also points out that the device could be made available for pre-orders in South Korea on August 9.

Samsung will reportedly launch only the 5G variants of the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The tech site SamMobile that covers everything related to Samsung cites its sources and tells that South Korea will get a 5G-enabled version of the smaller Galaxy Note 10.

Another report on the Galaxy Note 10 has also tipped the price. The German site WinFuture has tipped the price of the base model to be 999 euro that converts to 1.2 million won (~$1,020) and the base model of the Plus model could start at 1140 euros that translate to 1.4 million (~$1190) won. Note that these are the prices for the LTE versions of the Galaxy Note 10 that will launch in the countries other than South Korea. So, this may give a slight advantage to the South Korean consumers who will get the 5G version at the same price.

Take the reports as a pinch of salt as we are still pretty much away from the official launch of the Galaxy Note 10. We may gain more insights on the phablet in the meanwhile. So stay tuned.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is available at Amazon Marketplace for $ 649. To see others 22 offers click here.
(last update 18 November 2019 @ 02:38)

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