Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 phone lineup is officially up for preorder - you can save up to $600 when you trade in your old phone
- Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus and Note 10 Plus 5G are now available for preorder.
- You can order the phones at Samsung, Best Buy, Microsoft, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Xfinity Mobile.
- Samsung is also offering a number of deals and bundles, including up to $600 off the Note 10 lineup with eligible trade-ins.
- The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 costs $949, is smaller than previous Note phones, and comes with 256GB of storage.
- Samsung's Note 10 Plus sports the biggest screen on any Note phone so far, and the 256GB version is $1,099, while the 512GB version is $1,199.
- Lastly, the Note 10 Plus 5G will cost you $1,099 if you want 256GB of storage and $1,199 if you want 512GB, but it's a Verizon exclusive.
- We got to test the new Note lineup for a short time at Samsung's event, so we've also included our first impressions of the new flagship phones.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 lineup is now available for preorder. You can reserve your Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10 Plus, or Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G from Samsung's site, Microsoft, and Best Buy, as well as every major US carrier.
While you should take a look at your carrier's deals, your best bet is likely to preorder your device from Samsung directly. If you're upgrading from an older phone, Samsung is offering up to $600 in credit toward your purchase of a new Note 10.The trade-in deal applies to a wide range of phones, including almost all Samsung, Apple, and Google Pixel devices from the past few years. However, if you're trading in a much older phone, you may get around $200 of trade-in value.
If you preorder from Samsung's site before August 22, you'll also get a $100 Samsung credit for the Note 10 and a $150 for the Note 10 Plus or Note 10 Plus 5G. Plus, you'll get a free 6-month subscription to Spotify Premium.
Carrier prices and deals for the Galaxy Note 10
- Verizon is offering a Buy-One-Get-One deal, provided that the second phone is added on a new line. You can also get $450 credit for trade-ins, a $200 prepaid Mastercard if you add a Note 10 to a new unlimited plan, and $100 or $150 Samsung credit for the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, respectively. The Note 10 Plus 5G is only available at Verizon.
- AT&T is also offering a BOGO deal and a $150 Visa reward card if you open a new line. Both deals require an installment plan, so you'll pay off your phone gradually over the course of several months. You can lease both Note 10 models from Sprint for 50% off and receive $100 or $150 in Samsung rewards.
- T-Mobile offers up to $300 credit for trade-ins. Apart from the Note 9, most recent flagship models aren't eligible, but you can trade in some older phones from Apple, Samsung, Google, LG, and OnePlus.
- Xfinity Mobile offers the $100-$150 Samsung coupon, and also accepts trade-ins for most phones from Apple, Samsung, HTC, Google, and LG, but you'll have to stop by an Xfinity store to get a price quote.
Preorder the Galaxy Note lineup at AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Xfinity Mobile
Best Buy sells the phone unlocked or through AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon. You can access each carrier's deals if you buy the phone at Best Buy. The store also offers up to $600 in Best Buy gift cards for trade-ins, and all recent iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, and Google Pixel models are eligible.
If you order at Best Buy, you can also get Samsung's coupon and Spotify trial, as well as a $100 discount if you activate your unlocked phone at the time of preorder.In the US, you can buy both phones in Aura White, Aura Black, and Aura Glow (iridescent). The Note 10 Plus also comes in Aura Blue.
We spent some time with the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus at Samsung's launch event. Keep reading to find out why they're better than Samsung's previous phones, and why they're worth buying - if you can stomach the price.
Preorder the Galaxy Note lineup at Samsung, Best Buy, Microsoft, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and Xfinity Mobile
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