We are just a month away from the official launch of Samsung’s upcoming mammoth Samsung Galaxy Note10. The phablet has been making constant rounds of the rumor mills. From a sound-roaring display to the official renders, there are a lot of things happening just before the launch and we aren’t complaining.
An official price leak has sent shockwaves around the world, though it isn’t surprising. Roland Quandt, a well-known tipster, tweeted the potential price for both the Note10 models.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Plus start at 256GB in Europe, priced at 999 / 1149 Euro respectively. (Disclaimer: based on what retailers are saying, may change depending on markets and other factors) https://t.co/XM5kCHiB4c
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 12, 2019
The standard Note10 will come with a price tag of €999 euros (approximately ₹77,000), whereas the Plus model will cost €1,149 euros (approximately ₹89,000). Take this leak with a pinch of salt as the original cost might differ from market to market. Interestingly, the Note10+ variant will come with a base storage of 256GB, which double compared to the S10+ that costs somewhere these lines.
Samsung will commence the pre-orders for the Note10 duo from August 9 in Korea, just two days after its launch. Consumers will be able to get their hands on the device starting August 23. Another report claims that Samsung will launch just the 5G variant of the Note10 in its home turf, unlike the international way where it will launch both the 4G & 5G phones.
You can expect amazing updates and upgrades from the forthcoming Note10. We hope that Samsung will improve the in-display fingerprint scanner and the front camera. The Sound on Display tech sounds stupendous but it shouldn’t be half baked. And yes, get ready to bid adieu to the already dwindling 3.5mm headphone jack.
The trend of a $999 phone started with Apple’s iPhone X. And it’s a norm now. Apart from a few flagship killers like Asus 6z, Poco F1, or the OnePlus 7 Pro, all the flagships cost more than $900 which is really expensive for a handheld device. CNET wrote a thoroughly researched article on how the phones we are using cost more in 2019.
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