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Trade Up Your Old Device For the Next Level Power Galaxy Note10

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Upgrade your old smartphone to the new Galaxy Note10 with Samsung’s Trade Up Deals

Dubai, United Arab Emirates 9 September 2019: Samsung Gulf Electronics is giving the chance to its customers in the UAE to get their hands on the next level power Galaxy Note10 by trading up their old device. For a limited time in 2019, until December 31–customers can trade-up select models with selected Samsung’s partners, as well as online through www.samsung.com and receive the best price based on the condition of their current phone.


“Samsung is delighted to give valued customers in the UAE a chance to upgrade their old device to the Galaxy Note10 and experience elegant design with powerful performance and productivity tools which will help them make the most of every moment,” said Tarek Sabbagh, Head of IT and Mobile (IM) Division at Samsung Electronics Gulf. “By introducing the new trade-up program, we are ensuring that our customers benefit from cutting-edge technology through a simple, convenient and value-added process.”

Inspired by a generation that flows seamlessly between work and life, the Galaxy Note10 gives users the freedom to work the way they want and showcase their creative spirit, all on-the-go. Featuring a combination of advanced imaging technology and software, the Galaxy Note10 elevates mobile videography and photography to the next level. 

The Galaxy Note10’s edge-to-edge Cinematic Infinity Display is nearly bezel-less, while the in-display cut out for the front camera is small and centered for a balanced design. Samsung’s most immersive display creates a seamless experience between thought and action, viewing and creating. 

To help users do it all, the Galaxy Note10 is engineered with top-tier hardware and next-level features. Now with Wireless PowerShare, users can wirelessly recharge their Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Buds, or another Qi-enabled device with the Galaxy Note10. With just 30 minutes of charge, the Galaxy Note10+ lasts through the day with up to 45W wired fast charging capability.

For the first time ever, Samsung is introducing not one but two new Galaxy Note models. The 6.3-inch Galaxy Note10 is 0.1 inches smaller than the Galaxy Note9, and perfect for those who want all the power and performance that comes with the newest Note, but in a more compact form. The 6.8-inch Galaxy Note10+, meanwhile, is a full 0.4 inches bigger than last year’s Note, and boasts the largest display that the series has ever seen.

The New Galaxy Note10 is offered in Aura Glow, Aura White and Aura Black. The price of the device is dependent on its memory size: 

 

Galaxy Note10+ (512GB)

AED 4499

Galaxy Note10+ (256GB)

AED 3999

Galaxy Note10 (256GB)

AED 3499


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