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On Another Note: The Samsung Galaxy Note10 Pre-Orders Sold Out In 7 Days

Samsung just announced that pre-order units for their latest device, the Samsung Galaxy Note10, have already been sold out.

The Galaxy Note10 comes in two sizes, Note10 and Note10+.

Samsung fans were probably eager to get the latest phone in the Note series, as the Note10+ is rather attractive with a larger battery, a whopping 256GB or 512GB internal storage, a microSD slot of up to 1TB, and a new quad-camera setup with the ability to shoot videos in 4K at 60 fps.

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It’s probably no surprise that the pre-order units for the phone are sold out in merely a week, as the pre-order started on the 8th of August.

If you were out of the loop for the past week and think you’re out of options to get your hands on the phone, you don’t have to worry.

Samsung has collaborated with a host of partners in Malaysia that might still have some devices available for pre-order, but you might have to act fast to snatch those up.

If you’re pre-ordering a Note10, you’ll get Galaxy Buds (wireless buds), Wireless Battery Packs, and an extended warranty (1-year extended protection and 1-time screen protection).

For Note10+ pre-orders, you get pretty much the same gift bundle, but the Galaxy Buds are replaced by a free upgrade from 256GB to 512GB of internal storage.

At the moment of writing, Maxis pre-orders are sold out, so you might have to try other partners instead.

All sold out on Samsung and Maxis

The Galaxy Note 10 also comes in four colour variants of Aura Glow, Aura Pink, Aura Black and Aura White. (The Aura Pink colour variant is only available for the Note10.)

Price-wise, the standard Note10 with 256GB of internal storage is priced at RM3,699, while the Note10+ with 256GB of internal storage is priced at RM4,199 and the 512GB version retails at RM4,799.

You will definitely benefit from pre-ordering if you want the 512GB variant of the Note10+.

  • You can find out more about the Samsung Galaxy Note10 here.

 

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