Ishan Agarwal, a tipster you've probably heard of thus far, has just shared price tags for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series in Europe. Last month, Roland Quandt said that the Galaxy Note 10's pricing will start at €999 in Europe, while the Galaxy Note 10+'s base model will cost you €1,149.
Mr. Agarwal has just shared slightly different info, though he did note that the price tags will differ slightly between European countries, so that could be the reason. He says that the Galaxy Note 10's 256GB variant will cost €949, and that's the only variant of the regular Galaxy Note 10 that was mentioned. It's even possible that it will be the only available variant.
The source shared two price tags for the Galaxy Note 10+, however. The Galaxy Note 10+ with 256GB of storage will set you back €1,099 in Europe, while the 512GB model will cost €1,199. Once again, price tags will differ from one country to the other, so a price in your country may be slightly different.
Along with the pricing info, Mr. Agarwal shared a picture containing renders of four Galaxy Note 10 series devices, their back sides, that is. We've already seen all of these images, so this is not exactly new info. The source shared renders of three Galaxy Note 10 units, and one Galaxy Note 10+ handset, you'll notice the difference by looking at their back sides. That image is included down below.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will become official on August 7, as that is when Samsung's Unpacked event will take place. The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will be somewhat different under the hood, but on the outside, the two phones look almost identical.
The only visible difference can be spotted on the back side of both phones, as the Galaxy Note 10+ includes a ToF camera on the back, while the Galaxy Note 10 does not. That means that the Galaxy Note 10 will ship with three cameras on the back, while the Galaxy Note 10+ will include four of them.
The Galaxy Note 10+ will also be a bit larger than the Galaxy Note 10, as it is expected to include a larger display. Both phones will sport a curved display, and both will include extremely thin bezels. A display camera hole will be included on both phones, and it will be centered this time around, which is a change compared to the Galaxy S10 series devices.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will be fueled by the Exynos 9825 pretty much everywhere, according to Evan Blass' latest info. In the US, only Verizon's units will be fueled by the Snapdragon 855 (not Plus), while units on all other carriers will ship with the Exynos 9825. That chip hasn't been announced just yet, but the company is expected to make it official either before the Galaxy Note 10 launch, or during it.
The Galaxy Note 10 series smartphones will probably become available for pre-order as soon as they get announced, pretty much, while they will go on sale about two weeks after the launch event.