Samsung has announced the Galaxy Note 10 product line, which in contrast to previous years consists of two different phones: the Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10 Plus. They are the first Samsung flagship phones without a headphone jack. In fact, there is a third: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G. It is currently reserved for Verizon but will be available later from other vendors.
As of tomorrow, August 8, at 00:01 CET, the Galaxy Note 10 phones can be pre-ordered through Samsung and US providers. Regardless of where you buy the phone, you will receive a $ 100 USD Samsung gift card before August 23 (the release date) ($ 1
If you buy a Note 10 through Samsung, you are eligible for a trade-in loan of up to $ 600 for a Grade 10 or Note 10 Plus. Many airlines offer their own exchange offers, but those of Samsung are the least sensitive and restrictive.
Choosing the right option is more than just comparing screen sizes. inside there are some differences. Our first look at the Grade 10 series highlights all of these differences, and you should keep abreast of the last considerations in our in-depth review in the coming days.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10
The Galaxy Note 10 costs starting at $ 949.99 and is the cheaper of the two grade 10 phones. It has a 6.3-inch AMOLED screen and is available in just one configuration: 8GB of RAM with 256GB of memory. Unlike the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, this model does not have a microSD expandable memory compartment and the ability to charge at 45W. If you do not mind missing out on these features, it's easy to put away in your pocket.
All Note 10 variants are available in different colors: Aura Glow, Aura White, and Aura Black. Aura Blue is available exclusively for Best Buy in the USA.
- The 256GB model with 8GB of RAM costs $ 949.99 at Samsung, Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target.
- Sprint offers a grade 10 for $ 19.79 a month (US $ less) for its 18-month Sprint Flex lease. Buyers can purchase a $ 100 worth of Samsung gift card for this purchase.
- Verizon offers Grade 10 for 24 months at $ 39.58 per month. There are a few special offers that need to be considered, including a BOGO offering for the Galaxy Note 10 (it can instead be applied to a Galaxy S10 device if you so desire), if you are offering a new service as part of the Unlimited package Line open. (The $ 950 balance will be repaid within 24 or 36 months.) Buyers will also receive a $ 100 worth of Samsung gift card upon purchase. Verizon will give you up to $ 450 in exchange money for your old phone, which can be used to purchase the Note 10. If you switch from another provider, you can stack that balance on a $ 200 prepaid MasterCard coupon. There are a few provisions: The 10-mark you buy must be purchased in a payment plan, and you can not receive a trade-in balance and make the BOGO deal; it is one or the other.
- AT & T offers 10 marks for its next-up lease for 30 months for $ 32 per month. The airline hosts a BOGO business if you buy the grade 10 and another grade 10. During the lease, you will receive $ 950 in credit, but both lines must be included in the AT & T Unlimited plan. Buyers receive a $ 100 worth of Samsung gift card.
- T-Mobile offers a 10-month mark for $ 39.59 per month ($ 0 less) for 24 months. For promotions, you will receive up to $ 300 in trade-in credit for your old phone when used for the 10th grade. You can also redeem a BOGO promo for the Grade 10 if you add a new line. You pay for both phones at the same time and T-Mobile credits you with the purchase for a period of 24 months. Remember that you can not use both promos at the same time. All buyers will receive a $ 100 worth of Samsung gift card upon purchase.
- Xfinity Mobile sells the 10 mark and will pay you $ 250 by September 30 if you buy one after joining the carrier and porting your old number.
- United States. Cellular offers the grade 10 for $ 31.66 per month for a 30-month payment plan. Regardless of whether you are a new or current subscriber, you will receive up to $ 300 in credit for your held phone for a grade 10.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus  The 10 Plus Plus starts at $ 1,099.99. This phone is the largest option with the most features you can get for grade 10. It has a 6.8-inch AMOLED screen and comes in a variety of configurations with an impressive 12GB of RAM (see below). The Note 10 Plus supports microSD cards and 45W fast charging. However, this is not possible with the included charger.
- The 256GB model with 12GB of RAM costs $ 1,099.99 at Samsung, Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and Target
- The 512GB model with 12GB of RAM costs $ 1,199.99 Samsung, Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target
Sprint sells the Note 10 Plus 256GB configuration from $ 26.04 on the 18-month Flex lease of the carrier. The 512 GB model is not available through Sprint. Buyers can purchase a $ 150 worth of Samsung gift card upon purchase.
Verizon sells both memory configurations of the Note 10 Plus. The 256 GB model costs $ 45.83 for 24 months. The 512 GB model costs $ 49.99 for 24 months. Up to $ 450 in-balance on your old phone, which can be used to purchase the Note 10 Plus. This balance can be stacked on a $ 200 prepaid MasterCard coupon if you switch from another provider. There are some provisions: The Note 10 Plus you buy must be purchased in a payment plan, and you can not receive a cash balance and a BOGO deal. it is one or the other. All buyers of Note 10 Plus will receive a $ 150 worth of Samsung gift card upon purchase.
AT & T sells the Note 10 Plus for $ 36.67 per month for 30 months if you participate in its Next-Up Payment Plan. The airline hosts a BOGO business when you buy the Touch 10 Plus and a Touch 10. During the rental period, you will receive $ 950 in credit, but both lines must be included in the AT & T Unlimited plan. Buyers will receive a Samsung gift card worth $ 150.
T-Mobile offers the 256 GB Note 10 Plus for $ 39.59 per month ($ 149.99 less) for its 24-month payment plan. If you want a 512GB phone, you'll be charged the same monthly fee, but you'll need $ 249.99 less at checkout. As mentioned above, the T-Mobile promotions include up to $ 300 in credit for your old phone when used for the grade 10, or you can receive a BOGO promotion for the Note 10 Plus (up to $ 950). Redeem dollars) if you add another new line. You pay for both phones at the same time and T-Mobile credits you with the purchase for a period of 24 months. Remember that you can not use both promos at the same time. All buyers will receive a Samsung Gift Card worth $ 150 when they purchase.
Xfinity Mobile sells the Note 10 Plus and will pay you $ 250 by September 30 if you buy one after joining the carrier and porting your old number.
United States. Cellular offers the Note 10 Plus (256 GB) for $ 36.66 per month on a 30-month payment plan. If you want the 512 GB model, it costs $ 39.99 per month for 30 months. Whether you're a new or current subscriber, you'll receive up to $ 300 in credit for your held phone for a Touch 10 Plus.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G
Note 10 Plus 5G will be available from Verizon on August 23rd. This phone supports LTE connectivity and, as you probably guessed by name, Verizon's mmWave 5G network (as well as medium and low band frequencies). This phone will initially be available to people who live in one of the cities where Verizon has set up its network and which will soon be set up. If you subscribe to one of the other major US carriers, such as T-Mobile, AT & T, or Sprint, you may be able to pick up this phone at a later date.
If you want to pay less per month, Verizon offers 36-month repayment plans for the Note 10 Plus 5G. For a 256 GB version, it's $ 36.11 per month for 36 months or $ 38.88 for the 512 GB 5G phone for 36 months.
The above Verizon promotions listed in the smaller section on Note 10 also apply here, with the exception that buyers of Note 10 Plus 5G will instead receive a $ 150 worth of Samsung gift card.
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