Get Samsung Galaxy Note10 5G in UAE from Dh166


Samsung Galaxy Note10 5G, UAE,Samsung Gulf Electronics, smartphone

Dubai - Etisalat and Du have announced deals for the much-awaited new smartphone.

By Web Report

  • Follow us on
  • google-news
  • whatsapp
  • telegram

Published: Sat 26 Oct 2019, 9:40 AM

Last updated: Sat 26 Oct 2019, 4:09 PM

If you are looking to buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G mobile, you can get it by paying Dh160 per month in UAE.
Samsung Gulf Electronics had earlier announced that the 5G version of Galaxy Note10+ will be available in UAE from October 24 through Samsung Stores and major retailers.
Both Etisalat and du have unveiled their flexible payment options for Galaxy Note 10.
In an Instagram post, Etilsalat said: "The first #5G phone from @SamsungMobile is here! Discover a new horizon with the new #GalaxyNote10+ 5G and #Etisalat5G network Get it now with more benefits starting from Dh166 / month."

According to the Smartpay Offer, customers can buy Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5GB at the same price as Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 4G starting from Dh166 a month, Etisalat said.
Customers will also get four months of YouTube and YouTube Music ad - free with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, the company said.
Du is also offering the new model, starting from Dh180 per month with 200 GB of free data.
Enjoy the incredible world of 5G with Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G! Get yours today and enjoy 200 GB for free! We'll also cover 2 device installments.  Starting from just Dh180 per month, du said in its tweet.
The Galaxy Note10+ 5G has all the top-end features like its LTE counterpart, including a 6.8-inch Infinity-O Display, a 4,300mAh battery with super-fast charging capability, the S Pen and a quad-lens camera system that has scored 117 on aggregator site DxOMark.
The UAE version of the Note10+ 5G comes with 12GB of RAM and 256GB internal storage, plus an additional Aura Blue colour option. It will be priced at Dh4,499.
The LTE version of the Note10+ currently sells for Dh3,999 and Dh4,499 for 256GB and 512GB versions, respectively. The Note10 devices were introduced on August 7.
Samsung also has a 5G version for its Galaxy S10, which was launched earlier this year, but it is so far unavailable in the region. 

More news from