Now is a great time to buy a Samsung smartphone. Why is that? Over at Best Buy, several of the company's higher end models are marked down $200, including the fancy new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. If you not interested in the Galaxy Note 10 series, there are a bunch of other models on sale, too.
The Galaxy Note 9 is marked down as well, with savings ranging from $300 to $450 off the MSRP, and you can save a bundle on various Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S9 phones, too. As an added bonus, Best Buy is tossing in a free wireless charging pad, which gets added to your cart automatically. The offer is good with a qualified activation.
You can browse the entire selection of discounted phones by following this link, or check out some of these individual listings...
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 512GB (Aura Black), AT&T: $33.33/month for 30 months
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 256GB (Aura White), AT&T: $29.99/month for 30 months
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 256GB (Auro Blue), Sprint: $37.49/month for 24 months
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 256GB (Aura White), Sprint: $31.24/month for 24 months
In addition to the deep discounts and freebie wireless charging pad, some of the regular Galaxy Note 10 models come with a BOGO (buy 1, get 1) offer. Sprint is not participating in the BOGO promotion (not on Best Buy's website, anyway), but there are several that qualify through AT&T and Verizon. For example, check these out...
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 256GB (Aura Glow), AT&T: $24.99/month for 30 months
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 256GB (Aura Black), Verizon: $37.49/month for 24 months
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 256GB (Aura White), Verizon: $37.49/month for 24 months
For the BOGO phones, the discounts are not as deep—a financed phone saves you $50 over MSRP, whereas the AT&T models are still $200 off. So, pay attention to each individual listing (or simply do the math) when shopping these phones.
These kinds of offers make the Galaxy Note 10 series more palatable than it already is. To quickly recap, the Galaxy Note 10 sports a 6.3-inch AMOLED display (2280x1080) powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 256GB of onboard storage, and 8GB of RAM. The Galaxy Note 10+, meanwhile, ups the ante to a 6.8-inch AMOLED screen (3040x1440) and is powered by the same SoC, but rocks 12GB of RAM and either 256GB or 512GB of storage.
The camera arrangement differs as well. Both models feature a 12MP wide-angle lens, 16MB ultra-wide-angle lens, and 12MP telephoto lens, while the Galaxy Note+ adds a 3D depth sensing camera to the mix. On the front, both sport a 10MP sensor for taking selfies.