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Pre-ordering Galaxy Note 10+ 5G on Verizon to offer free Note 10, leaked promo shows

25 July 2019 0

The launch of the Galaxy Note 10 series is inching closer but this doesn’t stop the leaks from coming out. There’s something on this new Galaxy Note that appears every day. And, today, courtesy of the popular tipster Evan Blass we are getting to know something about the 5G variant of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

The tipster has shared a poster which looks more like a Verizon promo that includes the name of the upcoming device. The poster reaffirms the fact that the Galaxy Note 10 + 5G is going to be launching on Verizon’s 5G network. Earlier some rumors were suggesting that Verizon could be the only carrier in the US to offer the 5G variant of the Galaxy Note 10 + 5G and now this poster is likely hinting at the same possibility.

That’s not it, the leaked promo also states that the customers pre-ordering the Galaxy Note+ 5G from Verizon will receive a standard Note 10 for free. The price of the device, however, isn’t mentioned but previous rumors have conveyed it to be a few hundred dollars more than the Galaxy S10 series.

There have also been rumors that Samsung will only launch three models of the Galaxy Note 10 and these are going to be the standard one, a Plus variant, and a 5G variant which is going to be similar to the Galaxy Note 10+ but with the clear difference of a 5G modem included.

Previous rumor has stated the Galaxy Note 10 series will go on sale on August 23, after two weeks of its launch. Furthermore, the 5G variant is expected to come in three storage options.

The Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled to happen on August 7 which isn’t too far but these leaks will not stop by anything, so enjoy them till they are here.

(last update 11 December 2019 @ 13:45)



Pre-ordering Galaxy Note 10+ 5G on Verizon to offer free Note 10, leaked promo shows
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