Samsung is all set to begin the shipping process of the Galaxy Note10 on August 23, which is the day after tomorrow. The company is now open for pre-orders in many regions, which will continue until tomorrow.
Of all the countries where Note10 was announced, the response from South Korea is phenomenal. The preorders that the company has received from the country is 1.3 million — that’s twice as many Note10 as Note9, the South Korean company confirmed to The Korea Herald on Tuesday. The number is based on the preorders that were received from August 9 to August 19.
256-gigabyte Galaxy Note 10+ model in aura glow is high in demand in Korea as Samsung said that the 256GB version was the most popular unit during the period of preorders.
It’s also worth noting that Samsung has released two Note10 smartphones this year, and that might have given a fillip to the preorders. However, the company is yet to give us a global figure.
You can know more about the Note10 and Note10 Plus by clicking here. You can now pre-order Samsung Galaxy Note10 Plus from Amazon and get an Echo Plus speaker for free.