Samsung Galaxy Note10, Note10+ now available for pre-order in South Africa

South African Samsung loyalists who have been waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Note10 or Note10+ can now exhale.

The two flagships have finally been unveiled and are available for pre-order in South Africa.

There’s already a social media buzz about them, including from popular hip hop star Cassper Nyovest.

So, what’s the big deal about the Note10 and Note10+, you may ask? Well, we explore some aspects below.

Samsung Galaxy Note10 specs

The Note10 has a large 6.3-inch AMOLED display for a truly immersive viewing or gaming experience.

It also packs some punch with 8GB of RAM as well as a whopping 256GB of storage.

A summary of camera specs: 12MP + 16MP wide + 12MP telephoto rear cameras as well as 10MP front camera.

New S-Pen capabilities include Air actions, which enable you to perform certain functions using gestures.

The Samsung Note10 comes with a quick-to-charge and long-lasting 3500 mAh. battery.

Samsung Galaxy Note10+ specs

The Note10+ AMOLED display is even larger at 6.8-inches wide.

It has top-dog performance status with 12GB of RAM, but similar 256GB storage as the Note10.

Camera specs are pretty much the same: 12MP + 16MP wide + 12MP telephoto triple rear camera and 10MP front camera.

It also has Air actions included in S-Pen capabilities.

Battery power is much better compared to the Note10 at 4300 mAh.

How much does Samsung Galaxy Note10 or Note10+ cost?

The Galaxy Note10 will set you back R18,999, or approximately R899 per month.

In case you prefer the Galaxy Note10+, be prepared to part with R22,999 or around R999 per month.

When will Samsung Note10 and Note10+ be available in South Africa?

As stated above, they are available now for pre-order. There’s a good chance some folks will get them a week before everybody else 😉

However, if you can contain your excitement, they’ll be available in South African shops as from 30 August, 2019.

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