To encourage more consumers to splash out on the upcoming device, the Korean firm has launched a trade-in program that offers up to $600 off the handset. This deal, represented with a single graphic, showed that users could potentially reserve themselves a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G (released later this year) and get a standard Galaxy Note 10 at the same time.
These trade-ins are limited to Apple, Google, and Samsung phones though.
However, it seems US Samsung fans holding out hope the new processor will be given the new silicon have been given a glimmer of hope by fellow tipster Evan Blass. The Note 10 series phones appear as how we imagine them to be.
The next-generation Galaxy Note 10 hasn't yet been announced, but the design and features have leaked enough times at this point that we know nearly exactly to expect on August 7th when Samsung finally makes the new model official.
Galaxy Note 10 has also been heavily tipped to come in two models varying in size - one with a 6.28-inch screen and another with a colossal 6.75-inch panel. If you give up on your Galaxy Note 9 or any model including in the Galaxy S10 lineup (S10e, S10, S10 Plus), the price of the Note 10 drops by as much as $600.