Samsung's 'regular' Galaxy Note 10 is on sale at B&H with free Galaxy Buds included
While the Galaxy Note 10+ is undeniably superior to its little brother in a number of departments rather than just screen size, the 6.8-incher also costs $150 more than the 6.3-inch model. That might explain why Samsung is currently running not one but two different sales on the Note 10 Plus and Note 10+ 5G, letting you choose between a $200 credit usable towards various tablets, wearable devices, and accessories and a slightly more valuable Galaxy Buds/Galaxy Fit free combo.
Galaxy Buds, as well as the usual Mint Mobile 3-month 8GB prepaid SIM card kit gift.If that's not enough to make you spend a whopping $1100, you may want to give the "regular" Note 10 a chance over at B&H Photo Video. Although the handset still fetches 950 bucks in a single 256GB storage configuration, the third-party retailer will throw in a complimentary pair of
The combined value of the two freebies is listed at $187.99, but even if you don't plan to use the phone (or any other phone) on Mint Mobile, you're looking at substantial savings of around $130 on some of the most popular true wireless AirPods rivals. The only (small) downside of the deal is that you can't choose your preferred Galaxy Buds color. Instead, you'll have to settle for the black headphones whether you're thinking of opting for a Galaxy Note 10 in Aura Black, Aura Glow, or Aura White flavors.
Compared to its bigger brother, the 6.3-inch Note 10 comes without a microSD card slot, a fourth rear-facing camera, and support for the highest charging speeds possible. The smaller display also sports a lower resolution, with a smaller battery and less memory found under the hood as well. That's a lot of downgrades, but if you want to save a little money, this could be the perfect time to pull the trigger.
By the way, Samsung is offering no deals whatsoever on the unlocked Galaxy Note 10 at the time of this writing apart from a couple of extended Spotify Premium and YouTube Premium trials. Best Buy's $200 discount and free wireless charger promo seems to have also expired, and besides, you needed to agree to monthly installment plans on select carriers to qualify anyway.