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Samsung’s Phablets Still Very Much Popular In Malaysia As Note10 Sold Out In Pre-Order

The Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ is off to a stellar start in Malaysia. The new phones, which were made available for pre-order here less than 24 hours after making its stage debut in New York last Friday, have all its pre-order units from Samsung Malaysia sold out.

The Note10 introduces a revamped display design and counts on a number of new productivity features – besides the yearly hardware upgrade cycle – as its selling points. The fact that it has the same starting price of RM3,699 as last year’s Note9 is probably a plus too. The bigger note, with a much bigger and higher-res display, bigger battery as well as a couple of exclusive features like the addition of a 3D ToF camera and memory options, starts at RM4,199.

The pre-order offers include free Samsung Galaxy Buds, wireless battery pack, 1 year extended protection together with 1-time screen protection and free memory upgrade (from 256GB to 512GB for the Note10+). Don’t fret if you missed your shot at pre-ordering one as you may still find some units offered by Samsung retail partners such as Lazada, Shopee, Senheng, SenQ, Courts, Harvey Norman and Urban Republic. All the major local telcos are also offering the phones so that’s another option to look into.

Officially, the Note10 and Note10+ will be launched in Malaysia tonight in a media event. There might be some announcements regarding its further availability so you may want to keep an eye out for that.

   

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