We’re only a few days away from the moment Samsung will take the wraps off the new Galaxy Note 10, but new information keeps leaking anyway, so it’s hard to believe there’s anything left to be revealed during the August 7 event.
This time, a post from Twitter user @ishanagarwal24 provides us with a closer look at the pricing details of the Galaxy Note 10, confirming that the device could actually be cheaper than the base iPhone XS.
According to this tweet, the most affordable Galaxy Note 10 will come with 256 GB of storage, and it will sell in Europe for 949 euros. Initially, it was speculated that the base Note 10 would cost 999 euro on the Old Continent.
The Galaxy Note 10+, which is the bigger of the two, will start at 1,0999 euros when equipped with 256 GB of storage. The upgraded model with 512 GB of storage will cost 1,999 euros.
Note 10 5G also coming