Samsung Galaxy Note10 to go on sale in South Korea starting August 23
Yonhap News Agency is reporting that the Samsung Galaxy Note10 could be available in stores across South Korea on August 23 quoting local carriers' insiders. The launch on the new Note line is scheduled for August 7 while pre-orders will likely start on August 9.
According to other rumors Samsung will sell the Note10 exclusively in its 5G version in South Korea while international users will get a 4G option as well. This move is due to the high 5G adoption rates in Samsung’s home market 3-4 million users are expected to get a 5G subscription before 2019 comes to an end.
The Galaxy Note10 is expected to come in 6.3 and 6.7-inch versions priced at KRW 1.2 million ($1,020) and KRW 1.4 million ($1,190) respectively. Earlier today we got another price leak which suggests the Note10 will sell for €999 ($1,125) while the Note10+ will go for €1,149 ($1,295) in Europe.
- 15 Jul 2019
But he was right. Only xiaomi iis innovative thus Redmi 7 note was best selling phone of 2019. Best price and best specs. All other competitors had nothing to offer as always. (Not for same price)
- 13 Jul 2019
1.2 grand, and you get a device where you have to hope your network operator, Samsung and Google bothers to supply software updates for in 18 months. During those first 18 months you'll most likely miss out on every second update and the ones you get...
- 13 Jul 2019
You mean common facts