The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ are just few days away from their announcement, and only some things are yet to be made known about the upcoming phones. The latest but yet unofficial piece of information we got about the two smartphones are their prices in the United States of America. This follows the report on their prices tags in Europe.
If the Roland Quandi’s sources are correct (which is typically the case), the smaller Galaxy Note 10 price in the US is $949 while the Galaxy Note 10+ will cost $1099. Those are the base prices for the 256GB storage variants and do not include tax.
According to the latest data, the figures will be the same in Europe – only in Euro currency and with tax included. RQ’s own reports listed EUR50 higher prices, though it is not inconceivable they vary slightly from country to country, so both accounts could be correct.
For comparison, last year’s one-size-fits-all Samsung Galaxy Note9 launched at $999 for the 6/128GB version and the German price was EUR999. It seems the parity will remain in place in 2019 as well.