Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus Prices Leaked

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Samsung wants to introduce its flagship smartphones for the second half of the year with the Galaxy Note 10 and the larger Galaxy Note 10 Plus variant. After the appearance of the first official press photos of the new models, we now have first information on pricing. The Galaxy Note 10 is said to start at 999 euros where the device is much more costlier than the base model of the Galaxy S10 Plus.

According to the information from dealers the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will start at 999 euros, and this price should apply to most European countries. Locally, of course, there may be differences, as was the case with previous device generations due to taxes and other factors. However, these figures are not yet 100 percent reliable.

For 999 euros, the customer then receives the following storage, at least in Western Europe, as a basic variant offered model with 256 gigabytes of internal flash memory. The same applies to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, which will always be available in Germany with at least 256 GB of internal memory.

According to previous reports, the storage is enough in each case over the intermediate step with 512 GB up to a terabyte. Whether in other regions even versions with 128 GB are planned, we do not know.

For the Note 10 Plus the prices will start at 1149 euros, but then gets a 6.7 instead of 6.3 inches screen size slightly larger device. In addition, there is a camera unit enriched with additional sensors on the back, to which so far, as well as to the other features of the new top smartphones so far only a few confirmed data are available.

Compared to the Galaxy S10 Plus, which launched for 999 euros for 128GB variant in the market, the internal Flash memory is the Note 10 doubles.

Also Read: Samsung May Launch Wireless Charger Along With Galaxy Note 10

Well, lets wait for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus on the 7th of August, the official launch will take place, or with an availability of the four expected models (including 5G), we do not know yet.

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