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The best Samsung Galaxy Note 10 deals in April 2021

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 deals are one of the best value options that Samsung has right now. It takes the popular and innovative design of the Note but makes it that little bit cheaper.

But unlike with the ‘S’ or ‘A’ series from Samsung, Note 10 deals come packed with that special ‘S’ pen, letting you feel like Harry Potter as you swipe away your tasks, draw, make notes and doodle on photos of your friends.

Obviously, as great as the added pen will make you feel, you’ll want to know how good the phone is past this. Inside, you’ll find a 3500mAh battery, a high-powered 8GB RAM processor and a triple camera lens set-up with 2x optical zoom and super-steady video complete with bokeh style effects.

Pair that with the 6.3-inch AMOLED display and IP68 rating and Samsung Note 10 deals show where their fairly high price tag has come from. And even though you’ll find yourself paying more than with Samsung Galaxy S10 deals, this comes in well under Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro, a device we were expecting to match this in cost.

Obviously, now there is the issue that this is no longer the newest note device. Samsung now has Samsung Note 20 deals and the larger, more powerful Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra deals. These obviously cost much more than this making the Note 10 the perfect option on a budget.

Interested? We’ve listed all of the best Samsung Galaxy Note 10 deals currently available below so you can find your ideal contract. Use our price comparison chart to filter monthly costs, data caps and more.

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Trading in your old phone for money off the Note 10:

Yes, Samsung has pulled out some seriously expensive devices here. With that in mind, you'll want to find techniques to reduce the costs. The most obvious of which is probably trading in your phone and luckily there is a number of sites that help do this.

One of the most popular ones is Sellmymobile. It compares different recycling sites, listing their TrustPilot scores, how long it will take for you to get paid, how you send your phone and of course, how much you'll get.

In terms of what you can earn, taking the Samsung Galaxy S8 as an example, you can get up to £126 for a working device or £32 for a completely broken device. Or if you have an iPhone 8, you could earn up to £183.

See our how do I sell my phone guide to find out more

Head to to see how much you can get for your old phone

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review in brief

Move over S10, Samsung has a new winner

Screen size: 6.4-inch
Resolution: 1440 x 2960
Rear camera: 12 + 12MP
OS: Android 8.1 (Oreo)
Storage: 512GB
Battery: 4000mAh
Weight: 201h
Reasons to buy
+Innovative 'S' pen+Stunning AMOLED screen+AI game technology
Reasons to avoid
-Expensive pricing

Although Samsung hasn't made a huge list of changes, this is an innovative and instrumental upgrade to the Note 9. Like most other 2019 devices, this is a complete infinity screen, leaving just a small space for the camera, now shifted over to the middle.

Internally, the device is powered by 8GB RAM and a 3,500mAh battery. For those worried over storage, fear not as the Note 10 comes in one size - 256GB. Finished off with the AMOLED quality of the screen, triple camera set-up and a new and updated 'S' pen, the Note 10 is a handset to be excited about.

Read our full Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review

SIM-free Samsung Galaxy Note 10 prices

Consult the list of SIM-free Note 10 deals down below to find the ideal option for you. With prices starting at £869, this phone is perfect to pair with a cheap SIM only deal.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 deals: FAQ

How do Samsung Galaxy Note 10 deals compare to the Galaxy S10 series?

Samsung has three separate ranges - the Galaxy 'S' range, Note and 'A' series. In the same year that we got the Note 10 we also got the Samsung Galaxy S10. Probably the biggest difference between the two handsets is the price. The Galaxy Note 10 costs a decent amount more but is the far more unique handset.

It offers up the S pen we've spoken about above, a slightly larger battery and a larger display. However, both phones are extremely similar so the size and addition of the pen will be the big swaying factors here.

Is it worth upgrading to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus?

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus deals are not surprisingly a more expensive option compared to the Note 10 but there is good reason for that. The 10 Plus has larger...well everything.

A bigger screen, processor, battery, camera set-up and even a higher-res display. Pretty much everything points to the Note 10 Plus being the better choice...that is if you don't mind a steep increase in price!

When is the best time to buy Samsung Galaxy Note 10 deals?

There's not a clear cut perfect time to get this handset, however there are a few optimal periods where it is likely to temporarily become cheaper. Over Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day we tend to see phones, both Android and Apple, come way down in price. If you're willing to wait, one of these periods will be the perfect time.

Other than that, any time of the year will land you a good Note 10 contract. Prices drop and rise throughout the year so you just have to keep a good look out.

What can the attached 'S' pen be used for?

While in many ways the 'S' pen is just a more agile replacement for your finger, allowing you to swipe, scroll and generally gesture, the pen also comes with a number of neat tricks.

It allows you to easily edit documents, screen shoot and scroll capture your work, you can write notes quickly into your calendar, convert your handwriting to text, edit videos and a whole load of other tricks.