It was only a few days ago that we were treated with the official renders of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus but now we have more info chirping in about its price and release date.
As per the reports, there is a possibility of Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will be released worldwide on 23rd of August, reports Yonhap. However, Samsung hasn’t confirmed the statement but if we follow Samsung’s release pattern for the Note series, the estimate may prove to be true.
The telecom giant has released its flagship devices on the same date multiple times and there is a possibility that the same pattern may follow with the release of Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.
It is also expected that the 5G variants are to be released solely in South Korea. The country has witnessed a massive rise in the number of 5G users and the numbers are expected to multiply by five-times till the end of this year.
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The expected price for Galaxy Note 10 is 1.2 Million Won and Galaxy Note 10+ 1.4 Million Won in South Korea that is enough to quote its rumored prices for the other markets. However, it is also important to note that except South Korea, the other markets will receive the LTE version of the device initially.
If we go by the retailer’s estimates, the base variant of Galaxy Note 10 with 256 GB ROM will follow a price tag starting at 999 Euros for most of the European Countries. However, the 512 GB and 1 TB variants will be made available to customers at a slightly higher price.
The Galaxy Note 10+ will expectedly be a bit pricier and could be quoted at 1149 Euros or above due to its larger display, improved camera system and higher battery performance. The price for its 5G variant is expected to be comparatively higher for regions other than the base market.
Although the exact price quotation will be confirmed by 7th August when Samsung confirms the price details for the Note 10 series. For now, we can definitely conclude that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ details are apparently one of the worst kept secrets of the telecom industry.