The new Samsung flagship, the Galaxy Note10 series is undeniably impressive, both in terms of software package and hardware specifications. Samsung has launched two variants of the Note series for the first time so we’re here to show you the unboxing so you’ll know what to expect once you’ve unpacked the box for the Galaxy Note10+.
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Galaxy Note10+ unboxing
Below are the items that you can expect when opening your Galaxy Note10+ box:
- Galaxy Note10+
- S Pen
- S Pen tip remover
- SIM/SD card ejector
- Device manual
- Warranty papers
- Free clear case/cover
- 25-watt fast charger
- USB C cable
- Wired AKG headset
- Free SIM card (carrier specific)
NOTE: Our video shows a free Galaxy Tab A 8.0 as a freebie from Samsung if you pre-order the Galaxy Note10+ in advance. Other regions or stores might show a different set of freebies during pre-order. At this time, pre-order for this device obviously no longer exists so extra items aside from the Note10+ may no longer applicable. Still, we recommend that you ask your local Samsung store for something extra when buying a new Galaxy Note10+. There’s no guarantee that you’ll get a freebie but there’s no harm in trying anyways.
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