Unlike their previous launches, this time Samsung surprised everyone with two Galaxy Note smartphones. The Note 10 and Note 10 Plus are the first flagship models to have no headphone jacks. Also, the enormous Note 10 Plus supports 5G; however, at the moment, Verizon is the only carrier offering it. Other carriers are expected to accommodate this feature in the future as well.
The phone will be releasing on August 23rd but is currently available for pre-order via Samsung’s website. If you purchase one of the two phones before its release on its official site, you will receive a credit of up to $100. Likewise, you will also be qualified for a trade-in credit of up to $600. Moreover, you will get a free Spotify Premium trial for 6 months.
Apart from Samsung’s website, the unlocked versions of Note 10 and Note 10 Plus will also be offered via Amazon, Microsoft Store, Best Buy, and B&H Store. The major carriers including Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T, T-Mobile have all come up with some great deals for pre-orders. For instance, Verizon’s promotion involves a flexible payment option where you just have to pay $39.58/month for a Galaxy Note 10. Similarly, AT&T has an affordable 24-month payment plan ($39.59/month) for Galaxy Note 10 Plus. U.S. Cellular and Xfinity Mobile are also offering pre-orders for Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.
Before you finalize any purchases, ensure that you read all the terms and conditions. Also, the offers mentioned are subject to change, so please check the Samsung’s official website and their respective carriers for the best prices.