Leak reveals Galaxy Note 10 launch prices
The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to hit markets worldwide next month, and we have seen quite a few “official” renders plus most of the phablet’s features leaked already. Spec-wise, the Note 10 appears to be quite the step-up from its predecessor, yet, according to leaked price information coming from German reputable site WinFuture, an upgrade to the latest version is still going to cost a small fortune.
It is important to note that price points are almost guaranteed to differ from region to region, so the Euro prices reported by WinFuture might be slightly lower in the U.S. For instance, the launch price of the 256 GB storage model is supposed to be around US$1,125, and the leak also mentions the existence of a 512 GB storage version. Note 9’s 128 GB storage version was priced around US$999, but it is unclear if there will be any 128 GB or 1 TB storage versions this time around.
Similarly, the Note 10 Pro / Plus, which comes with a larger screen and additional sensors is rumored to integrate at least 256 GB of storage, and, according to distributor data cited by WinFuture, this model will get a US$1,300 price tag.
Samsung will most likely provide 5G version that are more expensive than the non-5G ones, so we could expect even higher prices than the ones revealed by WinFuture.
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