What you need to know
- Samsung officially launched its Galaxy Note 10 on stage at its Unpacked event today.
- The phone is set to go on preorder on August 8, and Microsoft stores will sell it and have it on display.
- This is part of an expanded partnership between the two companies that also sees Microsoft services integrated in the Galaxy Note 10.
If you're looking to pick up one of Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10 or Galaxy Note 10 Plus phones following their unveiling today, you'll want to check out the Microsoft Store. Samsung announced on stage that the Microsoft Store will stock its latest flagship phone, and you'll be able to preorder it starting August 8.
In a post about the partnership, Microsoft outlined some deals it will be running for the phone as well. While you'll be able to explore the phone in retail Microsoft Stores, you'll also be able to trade in "select mobile devices" and receive up to $650 in trade-in credit towards a Galaxy Note 10.
The move is part of an expanded partnership between Microsoft and Samsung. The Galaxy Note 10 will come pre-loaded with Your Phone connectivity, with Samsung building an easily accessible toggle into the Quick Actions menu. Several Microsoft Office apps are also being integrated into the Note 10, including native OneDrive syncing in the Samsung Gallery app.
If you're looking to pick up a Galaxy Note 10, you can preorder the phone starting August 8 at the Microsoft Store.
Samsung's latest Galaxy Note phone
These powerful smartphones feature an impressive amount of internal storage and come with a pair of USB-C headphones. The S Pen gives you more control with handwritten notes, air gestures, and photo editing.
Portable (and affordable) power accessories we love
Each and every one of these charging gadgets will keep your favorite gear and gadgets going for longer, and none of them costs more than $30.
VisionTek 8,000 mAh micro-USB power bank (opens in new tab) ($13 at Dell)
This compact dual-output powerbank can speedily recharge any and all your devices, thanks to a two-amp "fast charge feature," using its micro-USB out port. Its simple design includes an LED indicator, and it costs about as much as a single ticket to the movies.
Panasonic eneloop AA batteries (opens in new tab) (From $13 at Dell)
Panasonic's rechargeable batteries are among the best available, and just a couple of them will keep your favorite remote, mice or other peripherals powered up when you need them. They're also eco. And the company's affordable charger (opens in new tab) fits and charges both AA and AAA batteries at the same time.
Belkin Qi Wireless Charging Pad (opens in new tab) ($30 at Dell)
This unobtrusive Qi wireless charging pad looks good (and kind of like a UFO …) and easily charges all your Qi-compatible device up to 5W. Its LED indicator lights up when you're charging. And it costs just $30.
Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the Editor in Chief for Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl. Got a hot tip? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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