Samsung is now getting ready to launch the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 10 and the internet is buzzing with excitement about it. Since Samsung is the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturer and Galaxy Note 10 will hold the title of being its flagship smartphone, then no one should be surprised to find out that leaksters have made it their top priority to find everything there is to know about Galaxy Note 10 before the smartphone gets officially announced. With that said, the flagship smartphone’s price has just been leaked.
The latest Galaxy Note 10 leak reveals that the 256GB internal storage space version of the smartphone will cost 949 euros. While this might be the price in Europe, Roland Quandt who is a reputable leakster has revealed that the smartphone will cost the same in dollars. Therefore, the 256GB Galaxy Note 10 will be priced at $949 and according to the leaskter, the bigger Galaxy Note 10 Plus model will cost $1,099.
If the new leaks prove to be true and there is a high chance that they will, Galaxy Note 10 is not a cheap smartphone at all. This is why we advising Samsung fans to consider trading in their older smartphones for discounts. We reported last week that Samsung is going to offer $50 discounts to anyone who purchases the new smartphone directly from its official website.
To make things even better, Samsung is going to accept the following older smartphones in exchange for deals of up to $200: Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max. Last but not least, US network carriers are surely going to offer great monthly payment plans for the new Samsung smartphone.