The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 reservations page.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 series is scheduled for a reveal on August 7, but the company is already allowing consumers to reserve the phone.

Samsung is taking reservations for the phablet via its website (h/t: Android Police), and it’s promising that users can save up to $600 by trading in their existing phones.

These trade-ins are limited to Apple, Google, and Samsung phones though. So people with a phone from Huawei, LG, Motorola, or any other brand are apparently out of luck.

The $600 saving applies to all Samsung flagships from the Galaxy Note 9 onwards, all Apple handsets going back to the iPhone X, and the Google Pixel 3 series.

Samsung will accept devices going back to the Galaxy S7 series ($200 trade-in value), iPhone 6s duo ($250), and first-generation Google Pixel series ($200). Your trade-in value will also likely vary depending on the condition of the phone and other factors.

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Samsung is also promising an instant $50 credit to be used on Samsung.com, in case you want to kit out your new device with accessories. Furthermore, the company says signing up to reserve your Galaxy Note 10 series device also grants you early access to storage and color options.

Keen on Samsung’s latest flagship phones? Then you can hit the button below to reserve your device and view trade-in values. Otherwise, you can also check out the latest Galaxy Note 10 rumors via the previous link.

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