Get a Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Buds, and a wireless charger for $950

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Get a Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Buds, and a wireless charger for $950
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Samsung's lightest Galaxy phone yet doesn't have a headphone jack, but at least you get those free wireless Galaxy Buds.
Samsung's lightest Galaxy phone yet doesn't have a headphone jack, but at least you get those free wireless Galaxy Buds.
Image: samsung/canva

TL;DR: This wild Samsung bundle gets you a Galaxy Note10 (256GB), Galaxy Buds, and a wireless charging pad for $949.99, saving you $197.98 over buying them separately.


The iPhone 11 is all people can talk about on Twitter. (That, and astrology.)

Notable new stuff includes significantly more RAM and color options like pastel purple. Instagram photographers can't wait to get their hands on the 11 Pro's rear triple camera (hi, trypophobia). Apple was able to bake in all of this without raising prices, and the iPhone 11 is on track to be the next-most popular iPhone.

Good luck bragging to Android people, though — their phones have had these "new" features for a while. Do iPhones have reverse charging? Didn't think so.

The Note10's August 2019 release seems to have been overshadowed, but Samsung users still have the chance to flex: This Galaxy Note10 bundle includes an unlocked Galaxy Note10 with 256GB, a pair of Galaxy Buds, and a wireless charging pad all for $949.99. That's the regular price of the phone, with a $129 pair of headphones and a $30 charger for free, baby.

Crowned as the thinnest and lightest Galaxy phones ever, the Note10 and Note10+ wear Samsung's iconic edge-to-edge Infinity display and feel like a mini tablet. The power button has been moved to the left side (shoutout to lefties), but that pesky Bixby button is finally gone. The headphone jack is gone as well, so these free Galaxy Buds will come in clutch.

Your battery should last you at least a full day, but your free wireless charger will certainly come in handy when your corded charger inevitably breaks.

Regularly $1,135.57 if you bought the phone, Galaxy Buds, and wireless charger separately, you can save $197.98 and get all three for $949.99 — the price of the phone on its own at Samsung.com.


Get a Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Buds, and a wireless charger for $950

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