Samsung had launched the Galaxy Note 10 last year. It had debuted in a single 8GB + 256GB RAM and storage configuration at a price tag of Rs 69,999. Now, the South Korean brand has slashed the price of the smartphone in offline stores across the country.
The information comes from 91Mobiles reporting that the Galaxy Note 10 has received a price drop of Rs 27,695. However, it is unclear if the price cut is permanent and if the device will be sold at revised pricing on e-commerce platforms as well.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 new price in India
The Galaxy Note 10 was launched at Rs 69,999 but post GST hike in April, it retailed at Rs 73,600. On Samsung’s official website the smartphone is listed at Rs 57,100 while on Amazon, it is priced at Rs 73,600. However, the smartphone was available for Rs 72,695 from offline retailers. The latest price cut of Rs 27,695 brings down the price of the smartphone to Rs 45,000 in the offline market. This makes it slightly expensive than the Note 10 Lite that is available for Rs 37,999. The revised pricing is applicable on all colour variants of the Galaxy Note 10 i.e. Aurora Black, Aurora Red and Aurora Glow.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 specifications and features
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 sports a 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED display bearing an FHD+ resolution along with HDR10+ and integrated fingerprint scanner. The smartphone features a centre-aligned punch-hole that accommodates a 10MP selfie camera. On the back, the device comes with a triple camera setup comprising of a 12MP main sensor, 16MP ultra-wide lens and a 12MP telephoto unit.
In India, the Galaxy Note 10 is equipped with an Exynos 9825 processor paired with 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. The smartphone draws its power from a 3,500mAh battery unit with support for 25W fast as well as wireless charging. The Galaxy Note 10 comes with S-Pen stylus and is upgradeable to Android 10 OS.