The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may be a year old, but don’t think it’s past its prime. Both Note 10 phones pack top specs and one of the world’s best cameras, and they’ve aged fantastically.
Like all Note phones it also offers support for the included S-Pen stylus, and for the first time the Note 10 also comes with a few options: the regular Note, the larger Note 10+, and a dedicated Note 10+ 5G variant.
Remember that the Note 20 range is now out, and there’s also the S20 range if you don’t need the Note’s stylus support. With the Note 20 now here, prices for the Note 10 phones are likely going to drop soon, so unless you need a new phone urgently you might be better off waiting another couple weeks for discounts to hit.
If you’ve yet to decide whether the Note 10 is the right phone for you, or which of the three models to choose, you’ll like our Note 10 review, Note 10+ review and our Note 10 vs Note 10+ comparison.
All three models are available to buy now and they’re available in Aura Glow and Aura Black colour options. See the best cases for the Note 10 and Note 10+ too – if you’re spending that much on the phone then you’ll probably want to keep it safe.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 price
The Note 10 starts at the same price its predecessor did at launch. Here’s the breakdown:
Note 10 256GB – £869
Note 10+ 256GB – £999
Note 10+ 5G 256GB – £1,099
Note 10+ 5G 512GB – £1,199
Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 SIM-free in the UK
If you want to buy SIM-free, you’re probably best off going to Amazon. You can buy the regular Note 10 for a mere £747, the Note 10+ for £998, and the Note10+ 5G for £1,099 at the time of writing, but these prices change frequently and are likely to go down.
If you don’t mind buying a refurbished model, right now Music Magpie is offering a fantastic deal over on its eBay storefront. Its ‘pristine condition’ refurbished Note 10 is listed at £569.99, but for August it’s 10% off. Add in the code ‘PRODUCT5’ before checkout and you’ll get a further 5% off, bringing the total to just £487.
You can spend even less if you don’t mind dropping to the ‘very good’ or ‘good’ condition models, but at this price we’d recommend sticking with the top grade so that it’s as close to new as you can get it – at which point you’re getting a nearly new Note 10 for less than £500. Not bad.
Otherwise, you’ll find models available from the following:
Remember to look for a SIM-only deal if you plan to buy SIM-free.
Best Samsung Galaxy Note 10 contracts
Below you’ll find all of the best contract deals for the Galaxy Note 10 range, chosen by algorithms that scan thousands of offers from networks and online stores to find the deals with the most minutes and data for the lowest up-front and monthly cost.
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Samsung Note 10 deals
Samsung Note 10+ deals
Samsung Note 10+ 5G deals
You’ll find more deals available from:
Affordable MobilesCarphone WarehouseEEMobiles.co.ukMobile Phones DirectO2Sky MobileTesco MobileThreeVirgin MobileVodafone
When is Black Friday 2020 – should you wait for a better deal?
Black Friday will take place on Friday 27 November, immediately followed by Cyber Monday on 30 November. Traditionally the biggest sales event of the year, it may yet throw up some even greater tech deals – but with so much uncertainty around finance and retail, and no guarantees regarding what discounts we will see, we advise you not to wait: if you see a deal you like, on a product you need, and you can afford the outlay, buy it today.