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Press Release -- August 7th, 2019
Source: AT&T

Order the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ Thursday for Use on the Nation’s Best and Also Fastest Wireless Network

Customers Can Choose Between a Slim, Compact Design or the Largest Screened Note Yet

For a Limited Time, Buy an Eligible Samsung Galaxy Note10 and get one FREE

AT&T Working with Samsung to Launch Galaxy Note10+ 5G in the Coming Months

Starting Thursday, AT&T* customers can go to or visit an AT&T store to order the new Samsung Galaxy Note10 or Galaxy Note10+ for use on America’s best network,1 which is also the nation’s fastest.2 The devices will be available in stores starting August 23, 2019. For a limited time, AT&T customers who buy a Galaxy Note10 can get one FREE when they buy both with an Unlimited Plan on a qualifying installment plan.3

The Note10 family brings next-level power. Packing a 6.3-inch Cinematic Infinity Display, the Samsung Galaxy Note10 delivers the power of the S Pen and ultimate productivity in a compact form factor and the Galaxy Note10+ has the largest display ever launched within the Note family at 6.8-inches.4

Keep working and playing with the intelligent long-lasting battery and Super Fast charging features. Creators can take advantage of the pro-grade camera and premium video editing capabilities and will enjoy the best of entertainment from DIRECTV and Warner Media with the Cinematic Infinity Display. The powerful new capability of the S Pen allows you to jot down notes and instantly convert handwriting to digital text in Samsung Notes and export it to a variety of formats, and with Air actions, users can control certain aspects of the device using gestures. And, you can work between your Galaxy Note10 and PC or Mac with Samsung DeX for PC.

“The Note family of devices continues to revolutionize wireless entertainment on the go. The sleek design, versatile features and long battery life, together with our nation’s best and also fastest network, gives AT&T customers an unrivaled experience,” said Kevin Petersen, senior vice president, device and network experiences.

First responders can also use the Samsung Galaxy Note10 devices to tap into the power of FirstNet – America’s public safety communications platform. The devices are FirstNet Ready™, which means they’ve been tested and approved to operate on the FirstNet network core. This gives Public Safety access to the critical capabilities that FirstNet enables. The devices also support access to the FirstNet Band 14 spectrum. Click here for more details.

In addition, customers who purchase one of the Galaxy Note10’s from AT&T will be able to experience 5G Evolution network technologies, which is the first step on AT&T’s path to 5G.5 5G Evolution technologies deliver speeds up to twice as fast as AT&T standard LTE on capable devices.6

This summer, we fulfilled our commitment to bring AT&T customers our first mobile 5G phone with the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. To make the experience even greater, we’ve called upon creators and developers to help push the limits of 5G. This innovation ecosystem will kickstart the next generation of connected experiences and help define what 5G can do for everyone.

And, following our recent progress in making our first data transfer over a low-band 5G network (sub-6) we continue to work with Samsung to offer a low-band capable smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G, by the end of the year. This is an aggressive timeline that follows our recent network progress, allowing 5G capable smartphones to be able to access our broad 5G network that we plan to make available starting this year and nationwide in the first half of 2020.

Check out a short highlight video of the Galaxy Note10 family from AT&T here. Click here for the full video.

Go to for more on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note10+ from AT&T, starting at less than $32 per month for 30 months on a 0% APR installment agreement.7 And for only $5 more a month, on the AT&T Installment Plan with Next UpSM you can get the latest device today and upgrade early to 5G as we expand availability for consumers in the coming months.8

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