The Samsung Reservation page for the "next generation Galaxy" (ie Galaxy Note10) has just come alive and comes with a table of trading values. Stakeholders who want to change their old phone with Samsung's upcoming hardware can get up to $ 600 worth if they send a Galaxy S10, iPhone X or Pixel 3 phone. Note that at the time of writing, this is complete Credit for Pixel 3.

Pixel Trading Values ​​

So far, the page lists only the Google Drive Replacement Values ​​(pictured above), Samsung phones and iPhone Apple, Only devices from the highest level in the last three or four years are listed. The oldest thing that will be accepted for trade is the iPhone 6S, which will take you to $ 250. Humorously, this is a bigger discount than the later Galaxy S7 or S8 will get you.

While Google, Samsung and Apple will be your latest $ 600 in credits, phones about a year are dropping in the value of trade.

Values ​​for trading on iPhone and Samsung.

You can also sign up for early access to the upcoming phone (s) by participating in future promotional emails from the company that seemingly allow you to "choose the color of the phone and storage options" sooner, though (19659004) If you decide to skip these bids, remember that Samsung has documented its history of not keeping these promotions to the fullest. While this is probably more valuable than what you would try to sell on many of the used phones, there is always a risk that you will find yourself without a doubt.

  • Pixel 3 XL – $ 600
  • Pixel 3 XL – $ 600
  • Pixel 3 XL – $ 600
  • $ 200
  • iPhone X – $ 600
  • iPhone XS – $ 600
  • iPhone XS – $ 600
  • iPhone XS – $ 600 [ ] iPhone 6S – $ 250
  • iPhone 6S – $ 250
  • iPhone 7S – $ 350
  • iPhone 7S – $ 350
  • 600
  • Galaxy S9 Plus – $ 600
  • Galaxy S9 Plus – $ 600
  • Galaxy S9 Plus – $ 600
  • Galaxy S9 Plus – Galaxy S7 – $ 200
  • Galaxy S7 – $ 200
  • Galaxy S7 – $ 200
  • Galaxy S7 – $ 200
  • Galaxy S7 – Buyers of No te10 – or at least those who currently have the highest-value smartphone for the past few years – something to be happy with, with the publication of these pretty attractive trading values. But when it comes to information about unreleased phones, the outgoing gods give out and outgoing gods take away, and in this case it seems like someone from Samsung hits that "publish" a button a little earlier, since the company has since dropped its list

    Visit Samsung's Note10 reservation site at the moment, and although you will still see a list of accepted mobile phones, there is now a Special Trading Value message
    revealed on 8 Of course, the chances are that when August 7 is traded , we will just see the same prices as in they were shared, so try to be surprised