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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 256GB + Samsung Galaxy Ear Buds Bundle $699 + Delivery @ Big W (Online Only)


Credit to WebTherapist for the previous post.

This is back in stock. Combine with discounted gift cards for another 3% to 5% discount depending on which giftcard you go for. Plus a small cashback using Shopback.

Key Features:

Intelligent Battery - Powerful 3,500mAh (typical) battery so you can do more throughout the day - and night.
Intelligent S Pen - With its sleek unibody design, the all-new intelligent S Pen now responds to your gestures with Air Actions. It can also transform handwriting into text.
Pro-grade Camera - A full kit of lenses - zoom, wide, ultra-wide- at your fingertips, so you can shoot like a pro without being a pro.
New Super-Fast Processor - With the power of a computer in your pocket, Galaxy Note10 performs at the speed of now.
Cinematic Infinity Display - More screen, less interruptions with the 6.3" Cinematic Infinity-O Display.
Super-Fast Charging - Power up fast with 25W Super-Fast Charging, so you can spend less time charging, and more time living.
Pro-grade Video - Zoom in whilst recording a video to amplify the sound of your subject.
Dex Live - Opens a new desktop world from your smartphone when you connect it to a monitor or computer.

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  • +4

    Even though the phone isn't the newest, it still holds up really well. Obviously no headphone jack though, but that's where the earbuds come into play.

    • Usb-c to 3.5mm adaptor?

      • +7

        Yeah, but not as convenient as a dedicated jack. No way to listen to music with a wired pair of headphones whilst charging the phone.

        • don't know if it's just me, but I've seen some news on people getting electrocuted while listening to music and charging at the same time :/

          • +4

            @thesmartone1125: Don't believe everything you read on the internet.

          • +2

            @thesmartone1125: It happens; people have died.

            But they were using cheap, non branded chargers.

            • @airpoe: Still fake news. The cable wouldn't be able to deliver sufficient power. Even more so with cheap thinner cables

        • you can, but it isn't ideal.

          I use a USB DAC with mine, and wireless charge it at the same time. It limits the speed of wireless charging tho.

          • @giventofly: You mean the USB DAC 3.5mm <- USB-C? How do you find that?

            • @vinni9284: Nah, I use an Audioquest Dragonfly

              • @giventofly: So basically USB-C to USB on the Dragonfly. Then the 3.5mm to headphones? Cheers

                • @vinni9284: Yup,

                  Using their dragontail USB C adapter, then dragonfly which has a 3.5mm end.

                  I use USB audio player Pro to make it work properly.

    • +4

      It's because phone advancements have stalled for the last 5 years. Just micro improvements.

  • +2

    If only it was dual sim ;.;

    • Isn't it?

      Edit - my bad thought it was 10+

      • Not every 10+ is dual sim.

      • you intrigued me with this, but from my quick searches, most of the 10+'s aren't dual sim either, only the hybrid model that specifically states it. there are a couple refurb note 10+'s for this price, but to get the hybrid/dual sim variant was closer to 1k :(

  • +20

    The latest good note was the note 9.

    • +1

      What's bad about this note 10?

      • +1

        None. IMO it's an awesome price and phone. If you need to upgrade, then you can't go wrong!

      • +4

        3500mah is poor imo

        • agree, my old s9+ can't handle 8 hours of heavy use (bluetooth, gps, mobile data and full brightness)

        • +2

          My wife's last all day plus some, easy.

      • Replying to a 2 week old post :)

        Compared to the note 9: Lower resolution screen, smaller battery, hole punch camera, drops the headphone jack and SD card reader. The last 3 are now standard on most phones but at the time it was a big deal.

    • +1

      still using mine :)

      • Using mine right now can't fault it

      • +1

        mine is still going strong. I did a factory reset recently and it feels like new.

    • +23

      Debatable. The note 7 was the bomb

      • +1

        I see what you did there

    • +2

      I have both Note 9 & 20 Ultra. The 20 Ultra is faster and larger but not a night and day difference.
      I have seen some second hand Note 9's going for $300 - $500

    • +1

      Agree, got the battery replacement for wife's note 9 for free from samsung due to heat issue.
      Lasts really long, has a led light for notification. No notch but average camera for current standards. Well upgrade to s22 of it has built in sPen

    • My note 9 is now 3 years old and going strong, maybe a battery replacement soon, but otherwise it has been a super phone & camera.
      Replacing it now would only be having the latest tech toy. One thing for sure any replacement would have to have an inbuilt SPen cause that it just magic.
      Note fan forever.

      • Hi Dobe, my wife is having the same heat problem with her Note 9 now . When did you get a replacement? How much did it cost? Where did you get it done?


        • My battery does not get hot on charge.
          I keep it charged on a wireless charger (Spigen)
          The issue is the phone does not last as long anymore, i.e. the battery has lost capacity over time.
          Have watched the Youtube videos on how to change the battery but for me I will get an experienced person to do it sometime in the near future. Search for phone repairers, they have the tools and experience.
          If my Note9 battery was getting hot on charge, that would expedite the new battery timeline for me.

  • I thought it is 10+ too

  • +3

    On-top of discounted gift cards (currently 5% at Suncorp Benefits) you can also combine with 10x Everyday Rewards points offer. Should get you 6990 points worth about $35

  • +5

    Got my wife a Samsung Galaxy S21+ 256GB for $100 more than this deal, meaning longer support and updates and newer and better hardware. So the value proposition for this is pretty low I think.

  • +1

    any note20 ultra deal?

  • Waiting for next Note.

    • +3

      Might be waiting a while :(

      • Why?

        • Because it's dead in the water.
          Get an S line up instead, basically is a Note series anyway these days.

          • +1

            @pennypincher98: They're be a note 22. Samsung has emphasised sales an the Galaxy Flip (IMO it's poor) and will release note next year

            • +1

              @vinni9284: Sounds like it's being called the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, but for all intents and purposes is a note because the S line has taken everything a note does anyway.

            • @vinni9284: I thought Flips' sales figure was amazing? At least from the pre-orders figures were more than S21 and Note 20, apparently, in Korea. At least the rumours

              I am not sure whether it is a storm in a teacup, but eh, I've seen more enthusiasm about Flip 3 and Fold 3 than recent Note series or S series. It seems like last unpack featured Flip 3 and customisation options they are bringing to it heavily.

              I think Samsung's answer is basically, S series will take over the role of Note series (with design elements and being able to have S-pen in the pen in S22 Ultra, well at least rumour wise), and Z series will be the new Note series (in that it is their flagship for second half of the year).

  • +1

    Had this phone since 6 months after launch from JB deal. Love it. In fact it's been keeping me from upgrading to a new phone for ages!

  • How much are the earbuds worth? Got one for the missus to upgrade from her S8+ which is getting slightly long in the tooth.

    • lots of people selling new galaxy buds pro (better than this) for $50 on market place.

  • -3

    I had this phone for 20 months and I could see the camera getting worst, phone very slowly, fingerprint sensor getting nuts. Definitely I don’t recommend this phone to anyone, it’s just a waste of your money

    • +5

      It should have a 24 month warranty. So why don't you take it back to Samsung? It may have an issue

      • Lol downvotes for sharing my experience. Weird.
        I did contact Samsung and they didn’t find any issue.
        If you have your S10 note, go and check the photos you took when you got it and compare them with the ones you have now.

        • +1

          Neggers are rife on this site. Just ignore it!
          To the neggers, please neg me too if you are bored. Thanks!

  • ozbargain'd

  • +2

    OOS ;-(

    • +2

      How on earth is the OPPO Reno 10x better than the Galaxy Note 10? Reno 10x is not even getting anymore major updates. Galaxy Note 10 is still receiving software updates, its even scheduled to get Android 12.

  • @WebTherapist, always the 100 dollar refurbished Vita legend

  • -2

    Curious why people still buy Samsung when most Xiaomi offer much better specs for less

    • +2

      I like having an official repairs place that's accessible, and I don't like iOS is my reason.

      Samsung was at least decent most of the times when I had to get things repaired so I kinda stayed.

      I might move to different brands if my phone dies, because Samsung nowadays makes the phones so that I feel like I am buying a beefed up mid range phone unless I get their most expensive phone in their Galaxy S line up.

    • +3

      On paper, yes.

      Polished UI, compatibility with banking apps, view on CCP companies, updates.

    • sd card slot, and generally just less likely to break than xiaomi in my experience. xiaomi has way better value for internals on paper though

  • any price match ?

  • looks like its available again, just snagged one

  • Doesn't say if its Exynos or Snapdragon

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