It’s finally here. Samsung has finally launched the most awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series today at Unpacked 2019 event. The smartphone is quite amazing, and yes, instead of the airplane-grade aluminum in other smartphones, this one comes with stainless steel.
Let’s see what this smartphone packs in itself.
Galaxy Note 10 Specifications
There are two different variants: Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.
The base variant comes with a slightly smaller screen, a 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED display. The display is capable to run HDR10+ content as well. However, it is a 1080p display. On the other hand, The NOte 10+ comes with a massive 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display. This is also capable of HDR10+ contents. This one is a 2K display.
Both of the smartphones feature 7nm 64bit-architecture Octa-Core processor. Some markets will get the Snapdragon 855 whereas the rest of the world will get the latest Exynos 9825 SoC.
The Base variant, Galaxy Note 10 comes with 8GB of RAM whereas the elder brother comes with 12GB RAM.
The camera setup is quite different between the two. The base model comes with 3 cameras. The primary camera is a 12MP OIS-enabled, 4K recoding capable sensor, with a variable aperture between F/1.5 to F/2.4. It has Dual Pixel Autofocus
The second camera is a 12MP telephoto sensor, with 2X zoom capability. It also has OIS, and 4K recording and Dual Pixel Autofocus capability. The third and the last camera is 16MP Ultra-Wide camera, with 123-degree FOV.
The front camera on both the phone is a 10MP camera with Dual Pixel Autofocus.
The fourth camera makes a difference between the Note 10 and Note 10+. Also, both of them gets Night Mode on Normal and Ultra-Wide camera as well as the front cameras.
The fourth camera is a DepthVision 3D ToF camera. The storage options on both devices are interesting. There is a 256GB variant for Note 10, whereas the Note 10+ has options between 256GB/512GB. However, Note 10 doesn’t have the SD card slot, whereas the elder Note 10+ has one. Which is capable to support card up to 1TB.
Both of the devices come with Ultrasonic Under-display fingerprint scanner. And likely, none of the smartphones will be 5G capable out of the box. The 5G variant will be exclusive to Verizon. Sadly, this is the first phone to not feature the headphone jack. Yes, the rumors are true, the Note 10 doesn’t have the headphone jack at all.
Battery, OS & others
The Galaxy Note 10 comes with smaller 3,500mAh battery, with support up to 25W fast charging and 12W of reverse charging. Whereas the Note 10+ comes with support up to 45W fast charging, and 15W of reverse charging.
The smartphones come with Android 9 Pie and newer One UI 1.5 out of the box.
And there are few apps coming pre-installed on the device as well. Call of Duty Mobile is the first game to come pre-installed on the device. Also, Microsoft’s Your Phone app coming alongside the Office Suite.
The pricing of the devices is as follows:
- Galaxy Note 10: 8GB/256 – $949
- Galaxy Note 10+: 12GB/256GB – $1099, 12GB/512GB – $1199.
The devices will be available starting August 23rd, this year. Color options are – Aurora Black, Aurora Glow, and Aurora White.
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