Samsung Offers Trade-in Value of up to $600 for Those Who Reserve Galaxy Note 10

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series is scheduled to launch on August 7. However, the company is already allowing buyers to reserve the Galaxy Note 10 Series. Samsung is also offering a special trade-in price for your current device.

Samsung is taking the reservations via its website. Interestingly Samsung is also offering a whopping $600 trade-in deal on select devices. The special trade-in value will be available only for devices by Apple, Google, and Samsung. If you want to trade in smartphones from other brands the scheme doesn’t apply.

The $600 trade-in value is specifically offered on all Samsung flagships from the Galaxy Note 9, Apple devices from the iPhone X and Google Pixel 3. Meanwhile, older handsets like the Galaxy S7, iPhone 6s, and the Google Pixel will fetch $200 in trade-in value. That being said, the final trade-in value will only be evaluated after the physical inspection of your smartphone.

Samsung promises early access to storage and color options if you reserve your Galaxy Note 10 before the launch. Furthermore, you will also get $50 credit that can be used on to buy accessories. If you are interested in buying the Galaxy Note 10 then head over to this link and reserve the device.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has recently been spotted on press renders. The leak hints at a punch-hole single camera on the front. One can presume that it comes with in-display fingerprint scanner especially since physical fingerprint scanner is missing on the renders. the Galaxy Note 10 will feature a smaller 6.4-inch QHD+ Dynamic AMOLED display while the bigger Note 10+ will ship with a 6.7-inch display. Both phones will be powered by a Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 chip.

Camera features on the Galaxy Note 10 is likely to include a triple rear camera setup at the rear. This will include a primary dual-aperture 12MP shooter, a 12MP telephoto lens, and a 16MP ultra-wide angle shooter. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 10+ is expected to come equipped with a quad-camera setup.

[via AndroidPolice]