Arguably one of the most powerful smartphones is finally coming out in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. Featuring a new, supercharged 7nm chipset, a new S Pen with integrated Air Action functionality, improved camera and video functions and overall utility, it is shaping up to be quite the impressive powerhouse of a smartphone.
Of course, many who reside in the little red dot that is Singapore will be anxious to get their hands on the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ when it releases on August 24.
But like typical Singaporeans, we want to get it before everyone else to avoid the dreaded FOMO (feeling of missing out). Naturally, pre-orders are happening, starting today, August 8, from 3pm onwards (6pm onwards if you’re headed to Galaxy Studio @ Plaza Singapura) across all major telco operators (M1, Singtel, StarHub), major IT and other authorised retailers across the island, as well as online on Samsung’s official Lazada flagship store.
The Galaxy Note 10 will retail for S$1,398, and will be available in Aura Glow and Aura Black. The Galaxy Note 10+ will come in two variants: 256GB (S$1,598) and 512GB (S$1,898). It will be available in Aura Glow, Aura Black, and Aura White.
And of course, what’s a pre-order without some free stuff? Here’s what you can get for pre-ordering either model:
- Galaxy Note 10 (256GB): Galaxy Buds in Black worth S$238 and a Samsung Wireless Battery Pack (10,000mAh) in Silver worth S$98
- Galaxy Note 10+ (256GB): Free upgrade to a 512GB version worth S$300 and a Samsung Wireless Battery Pack (10,000mAh) in Silver worth S$98
Additionally, those looking to get an upgrade from their Note 9 or other older Samsung smartphone can do so using the Samsung Trade Up Programme. Customers who buy either the Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10+ can trade-in their old eligible device between 23 August – 30 September 2019, and will be able to receive an additional S$100 trade-in value on top of the regular trade-in amount.
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