Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ pre-orders started yesterday and soon after the 5G version of the Note10+ went up on Samsung’s online store. The Galaxy Note10 5G is nowhere to be seen, however.
In the UK, a SIM-free Galaxy Note10+ 5G costs £1,100 - £100 more than the 4G model. You can trade in an old device and get a discount up to £350. Note that to score the maximum discount, you have hand over a Galaxy Note9 or iPhone 8 Plus.
In Germany, the currency is different, but numbers are the same - €1,200 for the 5G model, a €100 upgrade over the LTE version. Here you get €100 for a trade-in, plus whatever the old phone is worth (up to €570). Again, if you want to get to the maximum a flagship Samsung or Apple phone from last year is your best bet.
Pre-orders are live in Switzerland too with up to CHF 500 discount with a trade-in.
In the US, Verizon has a short term exclusivity on the Note10+ 5G and is asking $1,300, which can be broken down to 24 monthly payments of $54.16. AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint will get the phone at a later date.
In Australia, the 5G phone is available only with 512GB storage (the prices above are for the 256GB model). That pushes the price to a round AUD 2,000 (AUD 300 up from the 256GB Note10+ with LTE). Aussies do get a better pre-order deal – pre-ordering any Galaxy Note10 scores you a pair of AKG N700NC wireless headphones with noise cancellation valued at AUD 500.
For the other countries, upgrading from 256GB to 512GB storage costs $100/€100/£100.
Samsung uk pay 400£ for Note 9 ...
Trade in deal??? XS Max for S10 5G and 400euros off. You are funny people at Samsung.