The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus are two of the most anticipated devices in the second half of 2019, and they’re shaping up to be super smartphones. Their pricing remains a major question still, but it looks like we now have a good idea of what to expect in Europe.
WinFuture journalist Roland Quandt has confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus will start at 256GB storage options in Europe. Furthermore, the standard device is tipped to have a recommended price of 999 euros (~$1,126) according to retailers, while the Plus variant is said to have a price of 1,149 euros (~$1,249).
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Plus start at 256GB in Europe, priced at 999 / 1149 Euro respectively. (Disclaimer: based on what retailers are saying, may change depending on markets and other factors) https://t.co/XM5kCHiB4c
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 12, 2019
It’s possible Samsung’s final pricing could change, while some retailers will undoubtedly have their own deals and price differences. In any event, this gives us a good idea of what to expect when the Galaxy Note 10 series hits Europe. Pricing in other regions will likely differ due to taxes and other factors.
WinFuture notes that the 128GB Galaxy S10 Plus launched in Europe for 999 euros, so you’re set to get double the storage for the same price by opting for the standard Galaxy Note 10.
The Galaxy Note 10 series is expected to offer a center-mounted punch-hole camera cutout, Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855 chipset, and a Bluetooth-enabled S-Pen. Recent leaks suggest the 3.5mm port and Bixby key won’t be available on Samsung’s newest flagships.
Opt for the standard Note 10 and you’re tipped to get a 6.4-inch display while the Plus variant is set to get a 6.7-inch screen. Other rumored differences include a bigger battery and four rear cameras in the Plus model (the standard variant is tipped to offer three rear shooters). What would you like to see from the Galaxy Note 10 series? Let us know in the comments!