Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ launches today in markets around the world. In South Korea, Samsung Electronics has begun the official sales of its Galaxy Note 10 variants. In different markets, the Galaxy Note 10 launch event has already taken place including India, Chile, and Australia.
On other stores and online, the phone and its variants will officially launch on 23rd August. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be launched in over 70 countries including Australia, Canada, France, India, Singapore, Thailand, the U.K., and the U.S. By the beginning of September it will also be available in approx. 130 markets.
Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ will feature a next-level camera, performance, and productivity tools. The design of the phone is sleek and slim. The smartphone experience for the users will be amazing. It will be offered in multiple sizes and in three prismatic shades.
The phone also features a new 3D feature, that will let you scan the objects in 3D and save on your phone as 3D objects. For the first time, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will use Outlook instead of Gmail as its default mailing client. Also, OneDrive will be directly integrated into the Gallery app for continuous cloud backups.
The price of Note 10 starts at a hefty 950 euros. The main competitor of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 variants will be LG’s V60 ThinQ. It is expected to reveal at IFA tradeshow in September.
Currently, the only 5G version of Note 10 phones is sold in South Korea.
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