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Samsung on Thursday announced the price and availability information of the Galaxy Note 10, the device that’s headlining Samsung’s mid-range effort.
As a baby Note, it packs the largest battery in the line but also the largest selfie camera sensor at 32MP.
You can have at more detailed stats over here, but what’s important here is price.
Justin Hume, head of Samsung’s integrated devices confirmed that the phone will be available from the “beginning of February” for R12 999.
That’s quite a bit more than what we thought it could cost.
This is the 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage version, btw.
For those looking to pick one up on contract, the phone will go for around R599 per month, Hume added.
The company also announced its new Galaxy A series lineup on Thursday, which includes the A71 and A51 mid-rangers.
Feature image: the Samsung Note 10 Lite, by Andy Walker/Memeburn