Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+: Quick Gist

Samsung introduced two of their note latest flagships on Wednesday 7th August 2019. As usual, the Samsung Galaxy Note line normally comes with the best specs available. The Galaxy Note 10 and note 10+ are not in any way short of expectations.

The Samsung Galaxy note 10+ is the one to buy it is bigger having a 6.8 inch Quad HD+ Dynamic Amoled Display. The note 10 is smaller with a 6.3-inch display with full HD+ resolution. Both phones have a punch hole at the center.

The Newest Samsung Chipset Used on Galaxy Note 10 – Exynos 9825

Another difference between the two is the battery power the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ houses a larger 4300mAh battery, while the Galaxy Note 10 has a 3500mAh battery.

 

However, only the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ comes with the new 45W superfast charge, but you will have to buy the 45W super-fast charger differently. Both phones come outside the box with a 25W fast charger. Both phones support wireless charging with slight differences the Note 10+ comes 15watts wireless charging while the Note 10 comes 12watts wireless charging

The S pen also has new features that will make it useful. It can be used as a motion controller. That will help you to navigate the UI at a distance. Samsung also announced that they are opening up Air Actions so App and Game developers will use it in different ways.

Performance-wise both devices come with same chipset the new Exynos 9825 and the snapdragon 855. The chipset will differ by region.

They both come with LTE and 5G.

Both phones come with 256GB of storage with 512GB versions available. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus has 12GB of ram while the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has 8GB of Ram and 12GB RAM on its 5G version respectively.

They both have a triple rear camera they both come with a 12-MegaPixel sensor, optical image stabilizer, a telephoto sensor with 12-MegaPixel and an ultra-wide-angle sensor with 16MegaPixel. But the Galaxy Note 10+ has a 3D ToF sensor, which is used by the 3D scanner app to create 3D models of objects. Both phones record video at 4D and has live focus (bokeh) for recording video.

Both phones lack the 3.5mm headphones jack but they come with a pair of USB c headphones in retail box. The removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack allowed for increased battery power.

Both phones are available for pre-order but will be available from the 23rd of August 2019. The price will start from N330,000 and #3980,000 respectively.