Samsung revealed its Galaxy Note 10
The top version got the largest screen of all the flagship models of the manufacturer. Let’s check its details.
South Korean giant, Samsung, introduced its latest flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 10 on Wednesday, August 7th in New York. The new device received two main versions: Note 10 and Note 10+, as well as a modification with 5G support. I can’t wait to hold it in my hands and play with it.
Note 10 is the smallest and cheapest from the whole line. It has a 6.3″ screen that fills almost the entire front panel of the device, with the exception of tiny frames at the top and bottom of the display, as well as a selfie camera, which is located in the top center of the screen. Cheapest. Yeah, right. Like it’s gonna cost almost nothing lol.
The more expensive Note 10+ will have the same outlook, but with a giant 6.8″ screen that even surpasses the 6.7″ Galaxy S10 5G and is Samsung’s largest top-end smartphone in 2019.
The 5G version will also be released in some markets, similar to the Galaxy S10 5G.
Note 10+ has a main camera with four modules: with a 12 MP wide-angle lens at 77 degrees, an ultra-wide 16 MP lens that can cover 123 degrees, a 12 MP telephoto lens, as well as a 3D camera and a 10 MP front camera. Note 10 has similar cameras except 3D. Gonna make a bunch of selfies with it.
Note 10+ RAM will be 12 GB, Note 10 – 8 GB. Both devices also have 256 GB of internal memory. The capacity of the battery is 4300 mAh and 3500 mAh accordingly. New devices will charge in ultrafast mode – the battery can be fully charged in half an hour. How cool is that?
The main idea in the new Galaxy Note devices is multifunctionality, in addition, Samsung paid more attention to the security of the device.
And now the bad news: Smartphones will go on sale on August 23rd. The recommended retail price of the Galaxy Note 10 will be from USD 949, Galaxy Note 10+ from USD 1,099.
So, will those be competitors to the iPhone?