We’ve seen the abundance of leaked press renders of Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 10 series, which is due to launch next month. This time around, two sources have released the leaks of South Korean and European prices for both the Note 10 and Note 10+ variants.
YonHap News Agency revealed that the Note 10 will come in 6.3-inch and 6.7-inch variants priced at KRW 1.2 mil (~MYR 4,188) and KRW 1.4 mil (~MYR 4,886) respectively. On the other hand, according to German tech website WinFuture, the 256GB model of the Note 10 will be retailing from EUR 999 (~MYR 4,625), while the Note 10+ at also 256GB is at EUR 1,149 (~MYR 5,320).
YonHap also stated that the Galaxy Note 10 will be available for sale in South Korea on August 23 which is two weeks after its global launch. It’s speculated that its global release will commence soon after South Korea’s. Samsung Malaysia has yet to confirm the Note 10’s local price and availability, at least until its official reveal in August.