Tech giant, Samsung is soon going to launch its Galaxy Note 10 series. And, we are in the final weeks of its launch. Samsung’s Note 10 series will be soon available for pre-ordering after its Unpacked Event on 7th August. Just like after S10, the S10 5G variant was brought into the market, Note 10 series might also follow the same pattern.
But even before the series has launched we are already aware of features of the smartphone due to the rendered leaks. And, now a brand new leak confirms that Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will soon be available for pre-ordering.
Note 10+ will be Verizon exclusive
The reputable speaker at Verizon, Evan Blass shared a promo image of Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. As per the Verizon promotion, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will be Verizon exclusive. And, if the promotion is believed, the original Note 10+ is quite similar to the previously leaked images.
Thus, the smartphone will be exclusive to the US carrier. And, will launch in five cities namely, Chicago, Denver, Rhode Island, Minneapolis, and St.Paul, Minnesota. As Verizon offers their service in these five cities.
Pre-order today to get a Note 10 free
If you are also among those who were eagerly waiting for the smartphone to launch, go and pre-order it today. Because an amazing deal awaits you there. Yes, you read it right. If you pre-order it at Verizon, you’ll get a Note 10 free.
Like Verizon, the other mobile networks that offer 5G networks too will start selling the smartphone soon.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Rumored Specs
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According to reports, the following core specs will be found in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G smartphone:
- The Galaxy Note 10+ will have an in-display fingerprint sensor.
- It will also have a triple camera and the center punched-hole camera will have thin bezels.
- The promo image of Verizon confirms that the smartphone will have an Infinity-O display.
- The leaked images also show that the smartphone will have IR blasters.
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