Early reports already shared some tidbits about the pricing policy adopted by Samsung with the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 duo. Now, the popular leakster Ishan Agarwal came in Twitter to further confirm the prices for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.
It has already been leaked but confirming from my side as well. The Samsung Galaxy Note10 will start from €949 for 256GB Variant. Galaxy Note10+ will cost €1099 for 256GB and €1199 for 512GB. The Price will slightly differ b/w Euro countries.Will tell about more variants soon! pic.twitter.com/VyNjAj1YE3
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) August 1, 2019
An older report claimed that the Note 10 price would start at €999. Apparently, that will not be the case, and it will cost €50 less – The based model with 256GB storage costs €949. As previously confirmed, the handset won’t come in a 128GB flavor. Instead, all the “basic” versions of the handset will start with 256GB of Internal Storage. Worth noting that it will support microSD card if this isn’t enough for you.
The Note 10+ easily crosses the €1,000 barrier and that isn’t a surprise after all. The basic model with 256GB storage will cost €1,049. The 512GB version, in counterpart, goes all the way up to €1,199. Just like its sibling, the Galaxy Note 10+ will also offer microSD card support. If you grab a 512GB of Internal Storage, you can pair it with the 512GB variant to get 1TB of Storage. Of course, we suppose that Samsung also has a 1TB variant in development for a late release.
Samsung will reveal the Galaxy Note 10 lineup on the next Wednesday, August 7. Considering how the leaks are spreading, chances are that we will know all details about the flagship ahead of the release. Earlier today, we got a glimpse of the USB-C to 3.5mm dongle that will come with the handset. Now, we have the prices confirmed. Let’s see which details will be revealed next.