Only a few days are left before Samsung will unveil its new flagship smartphones, Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ and thanks to the multiple reports recently popping here and there we finally know everything about the two devices.
According to a credible tipster, Ishan Agarwal, the Galaxy Note 10 with 256GB of internal storage will be priced at €949 in Europe whereas the larger Galaxy Note 10+ with the same storage option will be available for €1099.
Galaxy Note 10+ will also come with a whopping 512GB of storage for people who want more space on their phone, and the phone will come with a price tag of €1199. The company won’t be introducing a 128GB storage option for the users this year.
The leaked prices will be valid in some of the European countries whereas, for other markets like Pakistan, the domestic taxes on mobile phone imports (or any other duties) will impact the final prices of the smartphones.
We believe these are the prices for the 4G variants of the flagship series and currently, we are still in the dark about the prices of the 5G-enabled smartphones.
Earlier this year, Huawei P30 Pro was also launched at €949, the same price Samsung is asking for its standard Note 10 smartphone. While we do not expect any camera improvements by the South Korean company, we have to wait and see how it will stand next to the low-light photography king of 2019.