Who says good things don’t come easy when you can easily get a new smartphone from the Galaxy Note series by using their rousing trade-in offer. Recently, Samsung launched Galaxy Note 10 and the most awaited Galaxy Note 10+. The Galaxy S10 series has the most advanced and superior-quality technology with outstanding display, gigantic storage capacity, robust configuration, superb cameras, wireless charging and waterproof structure. Having heard about it’s interesting and cutting edge technology, customers have already planned on pre-ordering or have decided to buy it during the upcoming holiday sale.
Samsung just gave Note10 buyers and existing Note 10 owners something to be glad about, with their hard-to-say-no-to trade-in values. But it has come to our notice that statistics on unreleased phones were prematurely released by Samsung, and after the false step Samsung had taken down it’s listing of trade-in values. On August 7 Samsung released their official rates which were identical to the leaked ones as predicted.
It’s GOOD NEWS for the existing Samsung handset owners, who were planning to buy a new smartphone by trading in the old one. We can see an upsurge in the rates that is being offered for the Galaxy S9 ($350), S9 Plus ($350), and other older cell phones. See all the new values below:
The full list of trade-in offers for others is below:
- Pixel 3 – $600
- Pixel 3 XL – $600
- Pixel 2 – $300
- Pixel 2 XL – $300
- Pixel – $200
- Pixel XL – $200
- iPhone XR – $600
- iPhone XS – $600
- iPhone XS Max – $600
- iPhone X – $600
- iPhone 8 Plus – $350
- iPhone 8 – $350
- iPhone 7 Plus – $350
- iPhone 7 – $350
- iPhone 6S Plus – $250
- iPhone 6S – $250
Samsung has kicked off their registration process for the “next generation of Galaxy” in the U.S. Samsung has exciting offers exclusively for customers who are ready to reserve their Galaxy Note 10 – They will be first in line to get it, they will get an early entry to pre-order the cellphone and they will also be eligible for especial trade-in values for selected devices.
Want to upgrade to the latest technology? Then this offer is for you. Get your new Galaxy Note 10 and save up to $600 by trading in your flagship smartphones by Samsung, Google or Apple. Smartphones that qualify a trade-in of $600 comprises of the Galaxy Note 9/10/10+, Galaxy S10e, Pixel 3/3 XL, iPhone XR/XS/XS Max
Do you have an older version? Don’t worry. You can still save up to $200 on your old cellphone from Samsung, Apple, or Google. Galaxy S7S7 Active/S7 Edge/S8/S8 Active/S8+ and Pixel/Pixel XL are eligible for the $200 trade-in value. However, the final discount will depend on the condition of your device, which is decided by Samsung.
Don’t forget to take advantage of their trade in scheme for Galaxy Tablets. You can save up to $250 on your new Galaxy Tab S5e, Tab S4, Tab S3 and Galaxy Book.
SWITCH TO GALAXY, SHOP NOW.
Visit Samsung’s Note10 reservation site immediately and follow these steps.
STEP 1: CHOOSE. Carefully select your new gadget and the gadget that you want to trade in. The trade-in value will be calculated thereafter.
STEP 2: PREP. To see if your device meets their eligibility criteria.
STEP 3: SHIP. Ship your old phone in the box that your new phone arrived in to Samsung.
Note – take a lot of pictures of the actual condition of your device leading up to a video of yourself packaging it, because Samsung is infamous for saying devices were in a condition inferior to what you described and then charging you the difference.
STEP 4: REVIEW AND ENJOY. Once your trade-in is accepted you can use your new phone.
How easy was that!
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ were unveiled at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event in the New York City on August 7. Besides the 4G model that will be sold by all the primary carriers in the U.S., Samsung will also launch their 5G-enabled model that is expected to be exclusive to Verizon. Recently a leaked promo confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G version will be released on Verizon first. But the fun doesn’t end here, those who decide to pre-order the advanced 5G model on Verizon will get a standard Galaxy Note 10 free.
The above prices are only relevant if you buy a legitimate unlocked Note10 or Note10+ directly from Samsung Electronics. If want a carrier version, the highest cost is $450 for the latest phone like the S10, instead of $600, and other model values have also reduced significantly. Go to the Samsung web site to uncover more, and take a look at out our other posts which are dedicated to many excited pre-order deals.
Galaxy Note 10 XDA Forums
Galaxy Note 10 renders have leaked countless times, and the design of the Galaxy Note 10+ has been verified via the FCC. We additionally know the company has been testing 15W Wi-Fi charging as well as 20W. We’ll proceed to hear more details about the new smartphones over the next couple of weeks too. If you are planning on pre-ordering the device in the United States then head on over to the reservation web page that Samsung has set up. You’re asked primary small print to reserve your unit such as a name, email address, and zip code.