For the first time in years, Samsung offers more options with two sizes of its flagship Note Series With a 6.8-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, while the smaller 6.3-inch model is almost the same size as the Samsung Galaxy S10 (yes, it is smaller than the S10 +) and they also introduce New S- Pen with some good practical features that definitely improve Note user experience. First Time in many years Samsung Galaxy Note series is not just a copy of S series with S pen it has its own features, an improvement that we gonna talk about in this article.
If you thought Galaxy Note 9 was a beautiful piece of art, wait until you see Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series. It’s a difference between day and night. Galaxy Note 10 and 10 plus mean a huge improvement in style. They are mainly the design language of the S10 family but retain the more traditional rectangular shape that we believe works well here.
The smallest Samsung Galaxy Note10 is equipped with a 6.3-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080p + (401ppi). Both displays support HDR10 + and Dynamic Tone Mapping for superb picture quality regardless of content. Both models are almost the same phones inside, but there are some differences. Consider the Note 10 Plus as a direct successor to Note 9. It’s huge, the screen is spectacularly large and has two exclusive features: a) A microSD card slot and b) a ToF depth sensor (flight time).
Samsung Galaxy Note 10, however, is a new direction for the line. While Note 10 does offer all the premium features of the 10 Plus, it does not have a microSD card slot or an extra depth sensor to support the camera, which is considered a major loss but you can save around 150$.
Samsung user Ridiculously premium build and materials. Elegant curved glass front and back and slim polished aluminum frame now. Everything shines like a super freshly washed car. Samsung has done a good job, but not in colors. There are also Aura Glow, Aura White, Aura Black, Aurora Pink, Red and Aurora Blue for the Note 10 Series, but availability for these colors will vary from market to market.
The bezel that surrounds the beautiful Note 10 and 10 Plus AMOLED screens are incredibly thin. They are barely there and offer a breathtaking view. Samsung has punched a small hole in the screen for the front camera. Unlike the S10, the front cameras are positioned in the upper middle of the screen, giving us a really great look.
Both models share a triple-camera configuration. The main camera has a 12MP sensor, optical image stabilization (OIS) and a double aperture (1: 1.5 and 1: 2.4). There is also a 12 MP telephoto camera with OIS sensor and a 16 MP Ultra Wide Angle 123 ° camera.
The Galaxy Note10 + also has a 3D ToF sensor that allows the 3D scanner application to create 3D models of real objects (objects measuring 80 x 80 x 80 cm can be scanned).
Unlike S10 phones, the Galaxy Note10 Duo displays have holes for the 10-megapixel selfie camera (with 80 ° lens and autofocus). The phones can record 4K video and offer features such as Life Focus video (bokeh) and an enhanced version of the Super Stable feature (with Hyperlapse mode).
S Pen improvements
With some new, more or less superficial features, such as the air movement of the S Pen, you can control the camera remotely. For example, you can press the S-pen button and then rotate it like an S-pen wand to switch between the front and rear camera. You can do the same, but horizontally, allowing you to switch between camera modes.
What’s cool is that Samsung has updated its Notes application. It offers more options and makes the handwriting even more productive. A new handwriting recognition feature can parse your horrible and inexplicable fonts and convert them into a printed text, which you can then export in a variety of formats, including MS Word. How does it cool?
And for those who not only want to take notes but also express their artistic potential on this beautiful OLED screen, there is now the ability to zoom in and out of drawings so you can work on details with precision. subtle.
The Galaxy Note10 and Note10 + are both available in LTE and 5G versions, although 5G devices are limited in their nature, as most operators do not have next-generation networks in operation.
The Galaxy Note10 + and the Note10 have a standard memory of 256 GB, but 512 GB versions are also available. By default, the Note10 receives 8GB of RAM and 12GB on the 5G version, while the Note10 + has 12GB of RAM. The Plus model is the only model with a microSD slot that supports cards up to 1TB (this is a hybrid slot on the dual-SIM version).
The Note Plus model also has a larger battery – 4300 mAh – with an ultra-fast 45 W charger. Samsung says you only need 30 minutes of charging time to keep it all day. The problem is that you would have to buy the 45 W charger separately because you only have a 25 W charger in the box.
The Note 10 has a 3500 mAh battery with a 25 W charger. Both support fast wireless charging and reverse wireless charging, so you can charge accessories like the Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Buds or even other Galaxy phones that support wireless charging.
Both Note10 models are equipped with stereo speakers and come with a USB-C headset since they do not have 3.5mm audio jacks. The speakers and headphones were set by AKG for superior audio quality.
As usual, there will be two different chipsets: the new Exynos 9825 chipset and the Snapdragon 855 chipset (not anymore). Different regions get different chipsets. The newly designed, slimmer vapor chamber cooling system, improved AI and enhanced NPU and cpu for smooth gaming and user experience with reduced lag.
- Samsung’s new Windows shortcut integrates the synchronization
- Inbuild Video Editor
- Handwriting recognition
- S Pen Gesture
- 45W fast Charging
- 3D scanner
- More Business Friendly
- Samsung Dex integration in laptop/mac
- Immersive AR
Price and Release date
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Note10 + will be available from August 23rd (pre-orders begin today). There are three colors available for launch: Aura Glow, Aura White, and Aura Black. Some markets also get an Aura Pink version of the Galaxy Note10 and Aura Blue Galaxy Note10 +.
- Galaxy Note 10 256 GB price: $950
- Galaxy Note 10 Plus 256 GB price: $1100
- Galaxy Note 10 Plus 512 GB price: $1200
- Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G price: $1300
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