Since the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra stole its spotlight recently, you may have forgotten all about the Galaxy Note10+, the Korean company's previous flagship smartphone. Or, alternatively, you may have been expecting it to feature in more deals now that the S20 family is official.
Well, you would've been right on the latter. Sure, the Note10+ isn't exactly directly comparable to any S20 model because of the S Pen, but anyway, long story short, here's a great deal on it.
An eBay seller with a stellar review score is offering the Galaxy Note10+ for just $769.99. That's a whopping $330 off, when you compare to the recommended sales price for the US. However, there are, perhaps not unexpectedly, caveats.
First off, this is the international dual-SIM model, so it sports the Exynos 9825 chipset, and not the Snapdragon 855. Second, it doesn't support CDMA carriers like Verizon or Sprint, so you're best using it on AT&T, T-Mobile, and any of their various MVNOs.
If none of these things are deal breakers for you, then head over to the Source link below as quickly as possible, because as you'd expect this is a pretty popular deal, and there's only a limited quantity of units available at this price. You're getting the version with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, by the way.
Ah, the Note 4. Back in the day before products in the geek brackets did not pander to the masses. They have the S series to iphonize and just add an S-pen but they dragged the Note series as well.
Well you can get a new note 10 for 200.00 less too...SD not Exynos btw on ebay. Every thing is gonna go cheap maybe even cheaper for the next several months. Watch.