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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Prices Leak

Softpedia Friday, 12 July 2019
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Prices LeakSamsung is projected to unveil the new Galaxy Note 10 next month, and after getting a closer look at both models included in the lineup, here are some fresh details regarding the pricing the South Koreans have in mind for European markets. WinFuture’s Roland Quandt says the base versions of the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus will be available with 256 GB storage on the Old Continent, so no 128 GB configuration would be offered. Pricing will start at 999 euros for the Galaxy Note 10, while the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, which is the larger of the two, will sell for around 1,149 euros. For our American readers, this means the cheapest Note 10 will cost around $1,125, while the base Note 10 Plus configuration will have a price tag of $1,250. These prices do not include any taxes, so they could be slightly different when the d...
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