Samsung hasn’t announced the Galaxy Note 10 yet, but you can already put your name down to reserve one.
Last week, Samsung began taking reservations for Note 10 without actually spelling out the phone’s name. Why we say this is because Samsung’s reservation site is for “the next generation of Galaxy,” but the video on the page makes it clear there’s a new Note coming.
As we have mentioned before, Samsung will officially announce the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7, but that doesn’t mean you can’t reserve the unannounced phone right now. Preorders will open on the big announcement date (Aug. 7), and if you follow through with purchasing the device, you’ll receive it on August 23rd.
For those interested in picking up a Galaxy Note 10, it is available now on Samsung’s website. You can get your name on the list for early access to pre-order the device. These reservations guarantee that you’ll get your choice of variant after the official announcement on August 7th.
Samsung says that reserving will grant you $50 in credit to use toward accessories if you reserve between 25th July and 7th August.
The South-Korean firm is also offering a trade-in promotion with the Galaxy Note 10, meaning you may be able to save some money by going with this option. The company is offering up to $600 for your device, assuming it’s in good condition, and that full value can be had with devices such as the:
- Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL,
- iPhone X, XR, or XS,
- Samsung Galaxy S10 series (S10E, S10, S10+), or
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Plenty of details about the Note 10 lineup have emerged through leaks and rumors. The next installment in the big-screen Note line is expected to come in two different sizes, have improved S-Pen features and lack a headphone jack. The leaks also suggest the series will have a hole-punch notch for a front-facing camera, triple rear cameras, a Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB or more RAM and as much as 256GB base storage for the Note 10+ 5G model.