Samsung Drops Two Galaxy Note10 Devices at Unpacked Event
For the first time ever, Samsung unveiled two different versions of the Galaxy Note phone during an Unpacked event. On Tuesday, the company showed off its Galaxy Note10 and the Note10+. Both models keep with the traditional Note experience, meaning basically that both will ship with the S Pen. And beyond that, the differences are likely exactly what you’d expect in phones of the same line that come in different screen sizes—i.e. the iPhone X and X Max.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 is your “run of the mill” Note phone with its 6.3-inch Full HD+ AMOLED Infinity-O display. On the back you’ll find a triple-camera layout that includes a 16MPultra wide lens, 12MP wide-angle lens, and a 12MP telephoto lens. And memory-wise, users are looking at 8GB of RAM with 256GB of internal storage.
For the Galaxy Note10+, Samsung stretches the screen out half an inch and is calling this a Quad HD+ Infinity-O display. (Both Note10 models are HDR10+ certified.) The camera setup on the back of the device includes the same three as the regular Note10, plus a DepthVision Camera—a unique AR/3D tool that will be able to take a scan of an object and “instantly turn it into a movable 3D render,” according to Samsung. Users also get a little bit more RAM (12GB) and two options from a storage standpoint (256GB and 512GB). Additionally, the Note10+ will have a slightly larger battery (4,300mAh vs. 3,500mAh for the regular Note10).