According to the Yonhap news agency, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 may be available in South Korean stores as of August 23, citing local airline insiders. The launch of the new ticket line is scheduled for the 7th of August and pre-orders are expected to begin on the 9th of August.
According to other rumors, Samsung will sell Samsung Galaxy Note10 5G version exclusively in South Korea, while international users would also have a 4G option. This is due to the high acceptance rates of 5G in the home market of Samsung. By the end of 2019, 3 to 4 million users are expected to receive a 5G subscription.
The Galaxy Note10 is expected to be available in 6.3- and 6.7-inch versions for a price of KRW 1.2 million and KRW 1.4 million respectively. Earlier in the day we had another price leak suggesting that the Note 10 would be sold for $ 999 ($ 1,125), while the Note10 + in Europe would cost $ 1,149.
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