Samsung unveils its much-hyped Galaxy Note 10 yesterday. The company also updated a number of gadgets this week which included a laptop, smartphone, and a sports watch. But the key announcement is off course, is the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. For the first time ever, Samsung took time to release the two variants of Note. Both employ the same processor and operating system versions, but the $949 Note 10 has a 6.3-inch display, while the $1,099 Note 10+ features a bigger 6.8-inch display, which makes it even bigger than the largest iPhone, the XS Max with its 6.5-inch display screen.
The Note 10+ also has support for 5G connectivity, which will start from $1,299 and will work on Verizon’s 5G network if you happen to live in a place where 5G is being supported. There is no current iPhone that supports 5G and Sprint recently announced that it is getting a 5G phone from OnePlus. Samsung also talked about its new affiliation with Microsoft as an announcement. For instance, you can now use the Dex tech to connect their phone to a computer to get a more desktop-like experience. Windows users can now connect the Note 10 to a Windows 10 PC to make interacted tasks like making voice calls, sending text messages, or browsing media.
Both smartphones have a hole-punch selfie camera and an upgraded S-pen that is much lighter and more rounded than its predecessors. The device has an integrated vapor chamber cooling system that Samsung says is the slimmest in the world and helps the Galaxy Note 10 to stay cool when going under heavy usage. It also supports Air gesture controls that allow users to swipe screens from far away. Samsung got rid of the headphone jack in both devices and added four cameras on the rear side of the Note 10. The phone is available in Aura glow, Aura white, and Aura black.