Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may start at $949 (approx Rs 66,100)

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 03 Aug 2019
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may start at $949 (approx Rs 66,100)

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is tipped to start at $949 (approx Rs 66,100)

The Galaxy Note 10+ is expected to start at $1,099 (approx Rs 76,500)

Both these prices are for the 256GB variant of the phone


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Samsung is expected to launch its next flagship smartphone, Galaxy Note 10, soon. While everything about the phone is pretty much known by this point thanks to the many leaks, it seems like the starting prices for the two rumoured variants may finally be known. According to a tweet by notable leakster, Roiland Quandt, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will start at $949 (approx Rs 66,100) and the Galaxy Note 10+ is expected to start at $1,099 (approx Rs 76,500). Quandt notes that these prices are for the 256GB variants. It is not yet known what the phones will cost when they eventually make their way to India.

As mentioned before, almost all the details of the two variants of the Galaxy Note 10 are pretty much known by now. The phone is expected to be available in a standard and a ‘Plus’ varaint, similar to what is offered in the S-series of phones. The Galaxy Note 10 is expected to the Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC in the US and the Exynos 9825 in other markets. The latter is a new chipset that the South Korean company may debut with the Galaxy Note 10. This would also mark a departure from previous launches where the Note series sported the same chipset as the same year’s S-series device. The Galaxy Note 10 is also expected to offer up to 12GB RAM and up to 1TB UFS 3.0 storage. However, it should be noted that only the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is expected to offer 1TB of storage. Besides this, the devices are expected to offer a 4500mAh battery with 25W fast charging. Leaks suggest that the company may even offer 45W charging with the phones. To know everything that you can expect with the phones, you can check out our rumour roundup here



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