Best Note 10 Preorder Deals – Discover the latest UK tariffs

The latest in Samsung’s smartphone endeavours, the Note 10 launched in New York to awed crowds on August 7 and the pre-order deals are now live.

Announced alongside its bigger brother, the Note 10 Plus, both handsets are set to be released on August 23. But don’t wait around until then — the best way to ensure you get your mitts on Samsung’s newest mobile device is by making the most of some of the fantastic pre-order deals already well and truly here.

As always, we’ve collated the very best offers, ensuring there is something for everyone, whether you’re a heavy data user or not, or if you simply want to know exactly where to buy your Note 10 outright.

Simply look below and keep scrolling if you want to learn a little bit more about this fantastic handset.

What are the Best Note 10 Deals?

Best Note 10 Deals

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – 60GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts on EE

Squash the upfront cost and double the data, this superb contract from EE is just the ticket for huge data bingers who are looking to get some serious mileage out of their new Note 10.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 - 30GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts on O2

Looking for a deal with a lower upfront cost? This tariff with O2 gets you a more than healthy dose of data to see you roaming through the month, all with the familiarity and reliability of the O2 network.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – SIM-Free

Opting for a SIM-free handset? Samsung's dedicated store has you covered, offering up to £350 off your brand new phone when you trade in your old one. Get in.

Related: Best Note 10 Plus Deals

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – What You Need to Know


For those that missed it, the Galaxy Note 10 was unveiled to packed crowd at Samsung’s Unpacked event in New York on Thursday evening.

The handset’s the cheaper option in Samsung’s latest flagship phablet family, carrying an £869 RRP, but that hasn’t stopped Samsung loading the phone with a wealth of awesome hardware and features.

For starters you’ll be treated to one of the prettiest designs we’ve seen on a Samsung phablet. The device features a svelte mixed metal and glass design. Now a slightly more streamlined version of the sometimes-perceived bulky Note 9, the Note 10 display is point one of an inch slighter, presenting a screen size of 6.3-inches rather than its predecessor’s 6.4-inches. Maximising on space, however, the AMOLED Infinity-O screen runs beautifully from edge-to-edge with an impressive 90.9% screen to body ratio.

It’s no slow poke under the hood either. The Galaxy Note 10 is powered by Samsung’s improved 7nm Exynos 9825 and 8GB of RAM. Whether you’re gaming or editing photos with the nifty S Pen stylus the combo will be more than up to scratch.

The 9825 is a new mobile CPU that’s meant to be way more power efficient than the older chip seen on the Galaxy S10 and means the Note 10 should offer stellar battery life. A fact that’ll be aided by its spiffy new 45W Fast Charge support.

The camera’s also a pretty impressive beast. The Galaxy Note 10 features a  16-megapixel main camera that’s backed up by twin 12-megapixel telephoto and ultrawide sensors. It’s the same package that wowed us on the Galaxy S10 and should make the Note 10 a great choice for anyone on the market for a big screen camera phone.

Not enough to tempt you? The S Pen stylus has also been given a spruce and now comes with nifty Air Gestures. These let you do things like quickly zooming into photos and adjusting the phone’s volume using new S Pen shortcut gesture controls.

Unfortunately the Note 10 does forgo a few fan favourites. You can bid adieu to the much loved 3.5mm headphone jack. There is also no MicroSD slot to be seen on the Note 10, so if you’re keen to have the option for further storage on top of the 256GB, you may be better off buying the Note 10 Plus, which oddly still includes the option.

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