Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to hit South-Korea stores by August 23


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Yonhap News Agency claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be available in stores across South Korea on August 23. The new king of phablets release will happen on August 7 while pre-orders will likely start on August 9.

Other rumors state that Samsung will sell the Note10 exclusively in its 5G version in South Korea. However, International users will get a 4G option as well. This move is due to the high 5G adoption rates in South-Korea where 3-4 million users are expected to get a 5G subscription before the end of this year.

The Galaxy Note 10 will boast a 6.3-inch display while the Note 10+ sports a 6.7-inch display. These devices will be priced at KRW 1.2 million ($1,020) and KRW 1.4 million ($1,190) respectively. Earlier today a report emerged suggesting the price of €999 ($1,125) for the Note 10 in Europe, while the Note 10+ will go up to €1,149 ($1,295).

The Galaxy Note 10 series will come to compete with the second round of flagships for 2019. It’ll fight in a market that soon will have the 2019 iPhones, Huawei Mate 30 series and Pixel 4 series. Usually, the Galaxy Note series is the perfect form of Galaxy S handsets with an S-Pen. Let’s see if this year edition will keep this legacy.

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