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Samsung Galaxy Note10-series India launch today: Livestream, price, specs

The Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10 Plus are currently available for pre-orders, with up to Rs 6,000 cashback on HDFC and ICICI cards, ...

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