Samsung has unveiled its Galaxy Note10 which, for the first time, comes in two variants— one featuring a 6.3-inch Cinematic Infinity Display while another, the Galaxy Note10+ which upgrades the display to 6.8-inches.
According to Samsung’s press release, the Galaxy Note10 features a nearly bezel-less edge-to-edge Cinematic Infinity Display and a small in-display cut out for the front camera.
The smartphone also boasts the award-winning Dynamic AMOLED display, as well as brighter and wider color range for photos and videos through the HDR10+ certification and Dynamic Tone Mapping.
Both Galaxy Note10+ and Galaxy Note10 claim to be super fast charging as it will come with Wireless PowerShare where users can wirelessly recharge Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Buds, or another Qi-enabled device along with the smartphone.
Th Galaxy Note10 will be equipped with a rear Triple Camera set up featuring Ultra Wide (123°) 16MP F2.2, 12MP Wide-angle, and a 12MP Telephoto. The front camera is a 10MP 2PD AF F2.2 (80°).
The Note 10+ will feature quad camera with the same Ultra wide, Wide, and Telephoto as the Note10 but with the additional VGA DepthVision Camera.
Both Note10 and Note10+ also come with an S Pen which comes with new improvements including handwriting-to-text functionality and lets users perform ‘Air’ actions and control certain aspects of the phone without direct interaction.
The base Note10 comes in 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage while the Note 10+ has 12GB of RAM with the same amount of storage.
The Galaxy Note10 has a starting price of $949, and the Note 10+ will retail for $1,099.
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