Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ Prices Unveiled

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On August 7, Samsung will make official the presentation of the new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+, two very similar phones of which we have already told you what their specific differences would be. However, one of the big questions to this day was its possible price.

Worse has been Roland Quandt in charge of revealing what the initial sales prices of Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ would be, which we are anticipating will not be economical, but they are also in the expected range. The prices for the 256GB version are $949 for Galaxy Note 10 and $1099 for the Plus variant.

Obviously, the prices correspond to the North American market, and we know that Samsung usually makes changes in the price per market-based on different aspects, which is why the phones could be a little more expensive in some versions and cheaper in others.

Recall that the latest leaks also mentioned that there will be models with 512GB and 1TB of storage and that at least the “normal” version would not have a slot for microSD memory. New members of the Note family will follow in the footsteps of the Galaxy S10 in their design. We are talking about a curved screen on the sides and virtually borderless on the top and bottom.

At the rear, Samsung will choose a vertical orientation for its cameras. The Note 10 model will come with three lenses, while the Plus variant will add a ToF lens to the configuration.

Another difference between the two models to be revealed is the size of your screen. The normal model will come with a 6.3-inch screen, while the Plus variant will feature a 6.7 inch diagonal. Full details will be unveiled on August 7, the date Samsung will officially release its latest tops. Until then, little doubt will remain regarding these smartphones.

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