Samsung has begun taking orders in advance for its Galaxy Note 10. The South Korean tech giant will allow users to pre-order the phone until 11:59 ET on August 7th. According to a report published in The Verge, Buyers are expected to start receiving the phones from August 23. Buyers in the United States can pre-order their phones on the company’s reservation page which has been activated. The company is reportedly offering a credit amount of $50 to the buyers who pre-order the device. This credit can be used in buying accessories and other devices from Samsung’s website.
This comes on top of the $600 credit that the company will provide users who exchange their used phones. The phones, needless to say, should be in good condition, subject to which the trade-in value may vary. The company is allowing the trade-in process for users who have a select few smartphone models made by Samsung, Apple or Google. Some of the phones that can be exchanged through this offer are Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E and Note 9.
The offer also extends to Apple devices such as iPhone X, XR, and XS Max or Google phones such as Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. The company will also be offering close to $200 of trade-in value for other older models from the same manufacturers. Samsung is expected to launch the new Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ on August 7 in an “Unpacked event” in New York. The company is expected to launch its next generation of Galaxy on almost all the major US carriers. Except for the 5G-enabled variant, which will be available only on Verizon initially, all other 4G variants of the smartphone can be bought from other carriers.