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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro to come with jaw-dropping price

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jun 12, 2019, 3:12 pm IST
Updated Jun 12, 2019, 3:12 pm IST
After the Galaxy Note 10 price surfaced; it’s now time for the price of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro to be unearthed.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be priced at about USD 1,100 (about Rs 76,249) to USD 1,200 (Rs 83,181) for the 4G version.
 The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be priced at about USD 1,100 (about Rs 76,249) to USD 1,200 (Rs 83,181) for the 4G version.

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch rapidly approaching, several leaks of the device have been arising giving us a fair idea of some of the features it will come loaded with. Previously, the prices of the Galaxy Note 10 made its way online and now thanks to some Russian websites, we now know the prices of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be priced at about USD 1,100 (about Rs 76,249) to USD 1,200 (Rs 83,181) for the 4G version making it costlier than the Apple iPhone XS Max which came with a starting price of USD 1,099. With these prices, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro could possibly be the costliest mass-produced smartphone in the world.

 

While the pricing may be steep, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro has a lot going for it. It will come in an all-new design and if compared to the Samsung Galaxy S10, it will have a much smaller chin. Also, it will come with a quad-camera setup a larger display, next-generation RAM as well as UFS 3.0 storage. The Galaxy Note 10 Pro is also rumoured to come with 45W fast charging features giving it one of the fastest in the world. Overall, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be a huge upgrade over the Galaxy S10, a handset which has fared well with reviewers the world over.

While the Galaxy Note 10 will come with several advancements in technology, one feature that will be lacking is the 3.5mm headphone jack. This port had been a constant on all Samsung devices and this will be the first handset from the brand to eliminate it.

Disclaimer: The above report is completely based on online rumours and leaks from the respective sources. These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of Deccan Chronicle and/or other staff and contributors to this website.

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