The freshly announced Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ will make their way to India on August 20. The launch event will be held at Samsung Opera House in Bengaluru and will start at 11.30 am local time. Those of you interested can head over to news.samsung.com/in or news.samsung.com/bharat for the live stream of the event.
The Note10 and Note10+ are already up for pre-orders in India through the company's official site, Flipkart, and Amazon.in.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 is priced at INR69,999 ($980/€880) for its single 8GB/256GB configuration. The Note10+ comes in 12GB/256GB and 12GB/512GB configurations priced at INR79,999 ($1,120/€1,005) and INR89,999 ($1,260/€1,130), respectively.
The Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ are similar devices with the latter having a larger screen with higher resolution, bigger battery with faster charging, and an extra camera at the back.
The Note10+ also comes with more RAM, storage, and a microSD card slot for storage expansion. You can head this way to read our hands-on review of the Note10 and Note10+ to know more, or watch the video attached below.
Well but it should be. But its truth no european country will have same price like indian or Chinese. And when phone gets discounted it wil still cost 200 more in european countries. According to this slovakian site Note 10 plus 12/256Gb ...
Phones are manufactured locally and have just GST of 12%. I think phones are imported in Europe and VAT is lot higher? So its not apples to apples comparison.
There will be carrier deals in US that will bring down the price. Unlocked phones also will see a deal. In India Iam sure there will be a sale with discounts as well. Dont preorder unless you want the goodies that come with pre-order and need a phone...