The new smartphones that Samsung has just announced in another Unpacked that SAPO TEK is following can now be ordered, even though they will only hit stores on August 23.
This time with three models, a “normal” Note 10, the Note 10 + (larger and quad-camera system) and a 5G version that only reaches a few markets make this the most robust and complete Note line release, bringing it closer yourself from the options for the Galaxy S10. All that is needed is a cheaper, smaller model that probably makes no sense in this logic.
Prices are, as always, high at around one thousand euros. The Note 10 will cost 979 euros, while the Note 10 + will cost 1,129 in the 256 GB version of storage, reaching 1,229 euros in the 512 GB version. For the 5G the price has not been revealed yet, but it is certain that it will not arrive in Portugal anytime soon.
Samsung has also launched its usual trade-in campaign, which this time has an additional incentive of a 100 euros discount added to the value attributed to the smartphone (of any brand) that is delivered in the purchase of a Note 10 or Note 10 +.
See also the first impressions of SAPO TEK that has already tested both models in Amsterdam, in a preview open to just a few journalists.