It's all but confirmed that Samsung's next flagship device launching at its Galaxy Unpacked event next month will be the Galaxy Note10. In any case, the South Korean giant has now opened reservations for the "next generation of Galaxy". As expected, some pretty interesting trade-in deals are also being offered with the reservations, allowing you to save up to $600 on the purchase.
A total of 29 handsets are being accepted as trade-ins for now, including this year's flagships such as the Galaxy S10, as well as phones dating back to almost four years ago, such as the iPhone 6s. Currently, only devices from Google, Apple, and Samsung itself have been listed, and it's unconfirmed whether the list will expand.
For now, trading in any of the Galaxy S10 series of devices, the Galaxy Note9, iPhone X variants, or the Pixel 3 will net you the highest possible discount i.e. $600. Phones that come in next in line, such as the Galaxy S9, iPhone 8, Pixel 2, and more, will help you save between $300-$350. Finally, the lowest discounts being offered are on the original Google Pixel, and Samsung's Galaxy S7 series at $200. Interestingly, even Apple's 2015 iPhone 6 can be traded in for $50 more than the two aforementioned devices.
This isn't the first time Samsung has offered lucrative trade-in deals for its flagship devices, with trade-ins for the Galaxy Note9 last year being capped at $600 as well. Notably, the standard Note10's leaked specs indicate a downgraded display and battery in comparison to the series' previous iteration, but of course this isn't confirmed as of yet.
You can also register for early access to select your phone color and storage options. Moreover, opting for trade-in will also provide you with $50 credit to spend on Samsung devices and accessories at the company's website. However, these must be purchased during the promotional period, which carries on up till August 7 at 11:59 p.m. ET, when the device is expected to be launched. More details regarding reservations can be obtained at the source link below.
Source: Samsung via Android Police
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