Galaxy Note 10 Lineup Tipped To Be Priced From Rs. 77,200 In Europe

Anita - Jul 15, 2019


Galaxy Note 10 Lineup Tipped To Be Priced From Rs. 77,200 In Europe

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is expected to have the starting price of EUR999 (roughly Rs. 77,000) for the 256GB storage option.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus, which are developed to be super smartphones, are among the most expected phones in Q2 2019. Their price tags have been unknown so far, but it seems to be brought to light thanks to a leak about the pricing of these phones in Europe.

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Rolan Quandt, a journalist at WinFuture, has revealed the starting pricing for the Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus with 256GB internal storage in the European market. Accordingly, the vanilla Galaxy Note 10 is said to cost EUR999 (approximately Rs. 77,200) while the Note 10 Plus will reportedly be priced at EUR1,149 (approximately Rs. 88,800).

While Samsung could change the final pricing for these devices, some retailers are expected to have their price differences and own deals. Anyway, this helps us have a clearer view of the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 lineup in the European market. Other areas will have different pricing because of tax systems and other agents.

Besides, according to WinFuture, the Galaxy S10 Plus packing 128GB storage was also unveiled in the European market for EUR999. So if buying the base Galaxy Note 10, you will have doubled storage for a similar price.

To recall, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 lineup will feature a center-aligned hole-punch camera cutout, an S-Pen with Bluetooth connectivity, and Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 SoC.  Some new leaks also revealed that the upcoming duo will not have Bixby key and a 3.5mm jack.

It is known that the base Note 10 will sport a 6.4-inch while the Plus model will come with a bigger 6.7-inch display. Other alleged differences between two devices include the camera setup (the base model features a triple rear camera setup while the Plus variant will have an additional camera on the back). We will know more information about these smartphones when they are introduced at an Unpacked event on 7 August.

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