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Who wants a 256GB Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus for just $700?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is the Korean manufacturer’s top-end flagship of late 2019, offering a ton of features and Samsung’s typical high-end polish. The phone has a $1000+ price tag, but Microsoft’s eBay store is now offering a 36% discount.
Samsung’s high-end phone is now available for just $699.99 via the Microsoft eBay store (h/t: r/android), which is a massive $400 off the launch price. In other words, you could buy a mid-range Samsung phone or discounted Pixel 3a XL with the money you saved.
This discounted Galaxy Note 10 Plus price means it costs the same as the 256GB OnePlus 7 Pro did at launch, although the OnePlus phone is now available for $550 as part of the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend. In any event, you’re getting an ultra-premium flagship phone at a significantly reduced price.
Samsung’s phone offers a Snapdragon 855 processor, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 6.8-inch QHD+ OLED screen with a punch-hole cutout. So it should handle pretty much everything you throw at it without breaking a sweat.
But the phone earns its premium flagship status thanks to features like IP68 water/dust resistance, a quad rear camera setup (12MP, 12MP 2x telephoto, 16MP ultra-wide, 3D ToF camera), fast wireless charging, and a 4,300mAh battery with 45W charging.
Samsung’s late 2019 phone also offers the S-Pen for writing and other tasks, making it one of the only flagships (let alone phones in general) with this feature. You can check out this Microsoft eBay deal via the button below. It’s worth noting that the phone was listed as out of stock earlier today, but is back on sale again. So it might not be the end of the world if the phone is listed as out of stock once again.