Galaxy Note10

Whether or not it was one of the most leaked Samsung flagship doesn’t matter at this point, as Samsung officially put an end to all speculation and introduced the Galaxy Note10 product family, consisting of the standard Galaxy Note10, and the Galaxy Note10+.

Every element of Galaxy Note10 was designed to help users achieve more. Whether they’re finishing a big project for work, capturing and editing a video, or playing their favorite mobile game, the Galaxy Note10 will help them do it faster and better — DJ Koh, President and CEO of IT & Mobile Communications Division, Samsung Electronic

For the first time in the history of Samsung and the Galaxy Note brand, we’re getting two different sizes of the smartphone that basically introduced the “phablet” concept by being larger than anything else out there. However, with screen sizes becoming larger and larger, Samsung decided that it needs a large phone, and another, larger one. 6.3- and 6.8-inches are the two display sizes, but in the case of the Note10, the resolution drops to FHD+, while the Note10+ maintains QHD+ (you can find all the specs, including resolution numbers, at the top of the post).

Those displays feature a single, centered punch-hole. Samsung calls it the Infinity O display, and the camera inside said hole is a 10MP shooter. The back camera system is a 16MP+12MP+12MP trio on the Note10, with the Note10+ adding an extra VGA depth camera.

Galaxy Note10

There’s no real shortage of RAM, with the regular model being capped at 8GB, while the Plus takes it all the way up to 12GB. Same goes for storage, with the standard version getting 256GB, and the Plus taking it all the way up to 512GB.

While the Note10+ features super fast wired charging at 45W, with a charger you will need to purchase separately, the Note10 didn’t inherit this feature. But they both come with an S-Pen, as usual for Note devices, which seems to be, functionality and feature-wise, the same as the one bundled with the Note9.

Aura Glow, Aura White and Aura Black are the three color options. An Aura Blue version will be exclusive to Best Buy and Samsung’s online store. While you can pre-order your device starting tomorrow at most carriers, the Note10 phones will hit the stores on August 23, 2019.

Pricing starts at $949.99 for the Galaxy Note10, and $1,099.99 for Galaxy Note 10+, for both carrier and unlocked versions.

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