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Pre-booking for Samsung’s new Galaxy Note10 and 10+ opens in Sri Lanka with exciting offers


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Samsung Sri Lanka has announced the pre-book offers for Galaxy Note10 and 10+, its new line of flagship smartphones that combine elegant design with powerful performance and productivity tools to help users make the most of every moment. 

The pre-book offer for the Galaxy Note10 and 10+ is designed to excite and reward early buyers and loyal fans who wish to be the first to own these powerful devices.

For the first time, the Galaxy Note comes in two sizes, so customers can select the Note that is best suited for their needs. The Galaxy Note10+ features the biggest Note display ever with a 17.16 cm (6.8 inch) Cinematic Infinity-O Display in an impressively slim design. 

The Galaxy Note10 is meant for users who want the power of the S Pen and ultimate productivity in a compact form factor with a 15.94 cm (6.3 inch) Cinematic Infinity-O Display.

The Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ devices are being hailed as the Next-Level Power Smartphones with its revolutionary S Pen and new camera features including like Zoom-In mic, Video Bokeh and an intelligent battery of up to 4,300mAh.

In Sri Lanka, Galaxy Note10+ will be available in 12GB RAM+256GB and 12GB RAM + 512GB variants. With a Micro SD card, customers can add additional 1TB storage. Galaxy Note10 will be available in 8GB RAM + 256GB variant. Both devices will come in three exciting colours. The Galaxy Note 10+ will be available in Aura Glow, Aura White and Aura Black; Galaxy Note 10 will be available in Aura Glow and Aura Black.

Galaxy Note10+ will be available starting at Rs. 212,990, while Galaxy Note10 is priced at Rs. 182,990. Customers can pre-book their Galaxy Note across select retail outlets and online portals.

Samsung has two attractive options of pre-book offers for its loyal fans and early buyers; Cashback of Rs. 15,000 on Sampath or NTB credit cards or 60% discount on the Galaxy Watch Active at just Rs. 17,996 which currently retails for Rs. 44,990.

The Galaxy Watch Active is smart as well as beautiful, packing premium features and a sporty new design that is thin.

The devices can be pre-booked within the period 15-28 August at Damro, John Keells Office Automation, Singhagiri, Singer, Softlogic, Dialog, Mobitel and through online partners Daraz, Clicknshop.lk, My Softlogic, Takas.lk and wOw.lk.

Customers could reach out for any assistance in the set-up of the new Note10 and Note10+ by contacting the Samsung customer hotline which has extended its working hours; Monday-Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

 


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