The Galaxy Note 10 series has finally been unveiled. This year, Samsung abandoned tradition and launched not one, but two Galaxy Note models side-by-side, including the standard variant and one known as the Galaxy Note 10+. There are also going to be 5G versions of the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, but pricing and availability details for these models will be unveiled later.
Galaxy Note 10 series starts at € 949 / $949
The Galaxy Note 10 series will launch for a base price of € 949 in Europe and $949 in the United States. This will get you the standard model with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. 256GB is the only storage configuration available for the standard Galaxy Note 10, so if you’re looking to buy a variant with more onboard memory then you’ll have to turn your attention towards the larger Galaxy Note 10+. The Note 10+ will launch with 12GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB of storage, and these configurations will cost € 1099 / $1099 and € 1199 / $1199, respectively.
|Galaxy Note 10||8GB+256GB||€ 949 / $949|
|Galaxy Note 10+||12GB+256GB||€ 1099 / $1099|
|12GB+512GB||€ 1199 / $1199|
Keep in mind that the prices in euros are for the Netherlands and they may differ slightly in other European countries. Either way, the new Galaxy Note 10 series will be available for purchase from August 23, and there are ways to lower the prices further if you act quickly. Customers who order the flagship in advance from August 7 and exchange their current smartphone for the Note 10/10+ can also benefit from an extra € 100 exchange value.
Overall, the Galaxy Note 10 seems decently-priced considering the Galaxy S10 launch prices. Now that the series is finally official, do you plan on buying the Note 10? Which model are you going to get and what’s your opinion regarding these launch prices? Let us know in the comment section and don’t forget to check out our hands-on impressions of the new flagship.