Samsung unveiled two new models in its Galaxy Note range and people are already going gaga over it. Why not when Samsung has kind of established supremacy in the range of Android phones? This is the first time in history when Samsung has launched not one but two Galaxy phones together. So, what’s the fuss all about? Let’s find out.
What makes Samsung Galaxy Note 10 & 10S must-buy handsets is edge-to-edge display technology called Infinity-O. It is the first Note to feature a full-screen display. Sure 6.3-inch Note 10 (2,280 x 1,080) is smaller in size than Note 9 but it is also slimmer and lighter. However, Note 10S (3,040 x 1,440) with a 6.8-inch screen is slightly bigger than Note 9. The gleaming colorful frame is another reason what makes the new phablet cooler.
What is also different this time is the front camera which seems less intrusive. Also, there is not one but four rear cameras in Note 10 & 10S this time. However, the video recording capabilities have drastically improved. The new ‘Live Focus Video’ feature lets you use Bokeh background effect in your videos. Brace yourselves because there is no 3.5 mm jack this time. Yep, Samsung has finally resorted to earbuds. Samsung justifies it by fitting a bigger battery in a smaller frame.
Sadly, neither of them supports 5G. So, even though Samsung and Microsoft may have joined hands for this one to enable owners to stream their PC games to their phones, they will have to cough up more money to get the 5G variant since gaming features require 5G.
However, this collaboration has finally been able to bridge the gap between android phones and Windows devices. It can transcribe handwritten notes into Microsoft Word documents.
Samsung 10 & 10S Prices
It is all set to launch on August 23 in the US, UK, and Australia for a whopping $945. If you are preordering, you will recieve a $100 line credit at US Samsung stores. Samsung 10 & 10S are available in three colors; Aura Glow, Aura Pink, and Aura Black, however, it is not decided which market will get which colors.
Samsung 10 & 10s Specs
Features Note 10S Note 10
Well, it is clear that Samsung Galaxy Note 10S is more expensive than Note 10 given that it has more features. So, if you want a top-end device, you should go with 10S but if shelling out extra bucks makes no sense to you, then you can settle with Note 10 with a stylus. Whether at all should you buy the new Galaxy Note 10, well, it is not a bad buy given how ultra-cool its new features are.
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