Unpacked is less than a month away, and leaks have been coming in thick and fast. But this is the first one we’ve seen when it comes to the price…
The rumour comes to us from renowned leaker Roland Quandt via German website Win Future. Both sources reveal that the 256GB variant of the Galaxy Note 10 will cost â‚¬999, with the Plus version coming in at â‚¬1,149.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Plus start at 256GB in Europe, priced at 999 / 1149 Euro respectively. (Disclaimer: based on what retailers are saying, may change depending on markets and other factors) https://t.co/XM5kCHiB4c
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) July 12, 2019
In Australian dollars they come to roughly $1,598 and $1,838, respectively. These are direct conversions and don’t take the likes of GST and general Australia Tax into account.
While we can’t guarantee that these are even close to being the real prices, they’re not far off what was on offer last year.
The 128GB version of the Note 9 debuted at $1,499, with the 512GB version being priced at $1,799. Considering that this is the first time that a pro model of the device will be on offer, slightly more expensive pricing isn’t surprising.
Other major Note 10 leaks so far include a centred Infinity-0 display, two colour options, a left-aligned camera array at the rear, and the removal of both the headphone jack and expanded storage capabilities.
It’s also being speculated that it will contain a Snapdragon 855 processor 6GB RAM and a 45W fast-charging support. The S-Pen will also apparently be getting an upgrade. You can read more in our leaks and rumours round up here.
As always, take all of this new info with a grain of salt. Even though pricing leaks for the S10 earlier this year were pretty dead on, we won’t know for sure until the Note 10 is officially unveiled in New York on August 8.