Samsung’s US Trade-in page for the Galaxy Note 10 goes live with up to $600 in trade-in value

Samsung’s US Trade-in page for the Galaxy Note 10 goes live with up to $600 in trade-in value

We are less than two weeks away from Samsung officially announcing the Galaxy Note 10 and the heavily leaked newcomer to the series, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. Just like the Galaxy S10 series, the Galaxy Note 10 series is going to have some of the best hardware that the South Korean conglomerate can mass produce. We have heard so much about the smartphone already that many will likely already know if they plan on pre-ordering the smartphone (or purchasing during the upcoming holiday sale). In any case, the trade-in page for the device is up for the United States and potential customers can reserve their unit right now.

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Galaxy Note 10 renders have leaked several times, and the design of the Galaxy Note 10+ has been confirmed by the FCC. We also know the company has been testing 15W wireless charging as well as 20W. We’ll continue to hear more details about the new smartphones over the next couple of weeks too. If you plan on pre-ordering the device in the United States then head on over to the reservation page that Samsung has set up. You’re asked basic details to reserve your unit including a name, email address, and zip code.

The company is also setting up a trade-in program where you can get up to $600 off your official pre-order (when those go live at a future date) of the Galaxy Note 10. Anyone interested in trading in a smartphone should be aware of the following details:

  • $50 instant credit towards eligible devices and accessories on if you trade-in a device between 7/25/19 to 8/7/19 at 11:59 PM EST.
  • You can reserve the Galaxy Note 10 on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, or get it unlocked through Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Trade-in Offers

  • Apple iPhone 6S: $250
  • Apple iPhone 6S Plus: $250
  • Apple iPhone 7: $350
  • Apple iPhone 7 Plus: $350
  • Apple iPhone 8: $350
  • Apple iPhone 8 Plus: $350
  • Apple iPhone X: $600
  • Apple iPhone XS Max: $600
  • Apple iPhone XS: $600
  • Apple iPhone XR: $600
  • Google Pixel XL: $200
  • Google Pixel: $200
  • Google Pixel 2 XL: $300
  • Google Pixel 2: $300
  • Google Pixel 3 XL: $600
  • Google Pixel 3: $600
  • Samsung Galaxy S7: $200
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Active: $200
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 edge: $200
  • Samsung Galaxy S8: $200
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Active: $200
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus: $200
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8: $300
  • Samsung Galaxy S9: $300
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus: $300
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9: $600
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: $600
  • Samsung Galaxy S10: $600
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e: $600

Source: Samsung

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Doug Lynch
Doug Lynch

When I am passionate about something, I go all in and thrive on having my finger on the pulse of what is happening in that industry. This has transitioned over the years from PCs and video games, but for close to a decade now all of my attention has gone toward smartphones and Android.