The Galaxy Note 10 coupled with the Galaxy Note 10 Plus are two of the most anticipated devices in the second half of the year, and by the looks of it, the devices are set to be worth it. While we do know a bit about the phones, the pricing that Samsung will follow hasn’t been much talked on. However, now, it looks like that we might have a decent enough idea as to what Samsung will command for the devices in Europe.
A journalist from WinFuture going by the name of Roland Quandt has recently confirmed that both the devices will indeed start at 256 gigs of internal storage options in the European continent. Moreover, it has also been suggested that the standard device amongst the two will command a price of 999 euros, while the Plus variant will command a price of 1,149 euros.
Of course until everything becomes official, Samsung may go ahead and change the prices. Not to mention all the retailers that will have their own deals along with price differences. Nonetheless, the suggested prices do give us somewhat of an indication as to what we can indeed expect. Needless to say that even if Samsung makes the suggested price tags official in Europe, they will differ in other regions due to taxes along with some other factors.
Interestingly enough, WinFuture has stated that the 128GB version of the S10 Plus was launched in Europe for 999 euros – and so you’ll get double the storage in the same price if you opt for the standard version of the Note 10.
The Note 10 series is set to feature with a center-mounted punch-hole camera cutout, the Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855 chipset and also a Bluetooth-enabled S-Pen. Recent leaks have suggested that Samsung will finally be looking to part ways with the 3.55mm port as well as the Bixby key.
While rumors have indicated that the standard of the two devices will offer a 6.4-inch display, the Note 10 Plus is expected to feature with a 6.7-inch screen. A big display though won’t all be that differentiates the two devices –as the plus variant is also expected to feature with a bigger battery and as many as four rear cameras. On the other hand, the standard variant is expected to feature with three rear cameras.