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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G release date, pre-order details: Get $650 discount through the trade-in program
The truth is new smartphones seem to be getting more expensive every year. On the bright side, companies still support trade-in programs allowing people to upgrade to newer devices without spending too much money. With the right device to trade, people can get as much as $650 discount for any Galaxy Note 20 5G model.
Galaxy Note 20 5G pre-order details: What devices are eligible for huge discounts
Samsung accepts devices for trade-in from three manufacturers only: Samsung, Apple, and Google. There are also specific lists of eligible devices and other requirements to qualify for the Galaxy Note 20 5G discount. Samsung smartphones from Galaxy Note 10 to Galaxy S20 models all equate to $650 off the purchase price provided there are no cracks on the screen and cameras.
Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro models will also lessen the Galaxy Note 20 5G cost by $650, but the highest discount from a Google Pixel smartphone is at $400. On all three smartphone brands, the general rule is the older the model, the lesser the discount price so it could go from $650 to $45. The trade-in program still accepts a device with a cracked screen, but expect a much less discount.
The other requirements include, any device to be traded should be able to open to the home screen and function without any issues. Buyers should agree to do a factory reset before shipping the device. Screens and cameras should have no cracks and functions well. Lastly, the device must not be blacklisted. Anyone who has devices that fit these criteria can get the Galaxy Note 20 5G or the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G with a discount.
Galaxy Note 20 5G price, release date
It is yet to be seen if the trade-in program with this much discount will be available beyond the pre-order period. But anyone who is decided to purchase Galaxy Note 20 5G and has an eligible decide can pre-order until Aug. 20. The smartphone will then become available in stores the following day.
The Galaxy Note 20 5G’s price starts at $999 while the UItra model’s base configuration costs $1,299. An LTE version is also available and might be the top choice for those in countries where the 5G network is not yet widely available.