Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+: What are the Differences In Both

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Approaching August 7 – the day Samsung will present its new Galaxy Note 10 serial. We already know that the two models will debut – Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 +, but now the sources explain in detail what will be different.

Starting from the basics, the device will come in two versions. The small will be at 6.3 inches and the big at 6.8 inches. Their analyzes will be FullHD + for the small and QHD + for the big one. By weight, we will have 168 grams for the small and 198 grams for the big one.

Colorfully we’ll see the big one in white, black and color like the Breathing Chrystal of the P30, while the smaller one will come in red. The two devices leave behind the audio jack to increase their battery by 100mAh, which means the small one will have a battery of 3500mAh and a large 4300mAh.

Staying on the big Galaxy Note 10, we’ll see it with a storage space starting at 256GB, and it will only come in a 12GB RAM version. Photographs we will see and add ToF sensor on the back.

The S-Pen will also come up with a new one, since it will now support gestures without touching the screen to change photos in the Gallery, etc. The new S-Pen will produce a sound so it sounds like a highlight marker when we take notes.

We also have changes in camera operations, since we have new additions. First of all, front cameras will be punch holes in the middle of the top of the screen. From modes, we’ll see night mode reaching the front camera. In the video, we will have a live focus, with similar effects to the P30 Pro. The video will also feature zoom audio, similar to what we had seen on LG devices some years ago. In fact, it will focus the sound, where it focuses our plan.

The device will support charging at 45W for large and 25W for small, but the charger does not come with the device in the box. Finally, the Bixby button will no longer be on the device, with its function being incorporated into the Power Button, in the same way, that Google Assistant has been integrated into the Huawei P30 Pro.

We are just a few days before the announcement of Samsung Galaxy Note 10., where all the pieces of the puzzle will unite. Stay tuned to discover more about it.

Read Also: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 May not Use LPDDR5 12GB RAM

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