We should add in the title the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. That’s wright, we’re getting two Note devices. As you’d expect, the sizes are different, but the Plus is just a little bit bigger than last year’s Note 9 while the regular Note 10 is smaller than the predecessor.
Size isn’t the only difference. Since they both appear modern and sleek, the Note 10 has a few missing features the Note 10 Plus carries. Both do bring something special, including gestures with the S Pen, useful integrations with Windows PC’s and Microsoft applications, and triple-camera setups with top-tier specs.
Design and Look
The Note 10 and 10 Plus look and feel different from the Note 9. That starts with the dazzling colors the new Notes are offered in Aura Black, Aura White, Aura Glow, and a Samsung.com– and Best Buy-exclusive Aura Blue give the first indication of a flashy new design.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus the 2nd version
The Note 10 shows up a 6.3-inch FHD+ (2,280 x 1,080) display into its body, which is smaller than the Note 9’s screen but with only a tenth of an inch less screen. The Note Plus is able to carry a 6.8-inch Quad HD+ (3,040 x 1,440) display while being only slightly taller and wider than the Note 9. Both utilize the same Dynamic AMOLED display technology as the S10 range and are HDR10+ certified.
The edges are more rounded, and gone from the back is the fingerprint sensor, owed to the implementation of an ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint sensor.
One other design change to note is the loss of the 3.5mm headphone jack, Samsung said that it was done in order to fit a bigger battery in a smaller frame. A USB-C to 3.5mm dongle is included in the box, though, along with USB-C AKG headphones.
A New Pen totaly redesigned
The S-Pen also have been redesign too with beveled edges and some new functionalities. Air Actions bring gestures to the pen for snapping photos, changing camera modes, and even zooming the camera all with a flick of the wrist.
Gaming & 5G
Samsung and Microsoft are enabling Note 10 owners to stream their PC games from their computers to their phones, a la Google Stadia. Unlike Stadia, the games run on your own computer rather than cloud services, making this a feature best suited for those with a powerful PC. The feature’s name is PlayGalaxy Link, and Samsung has published a video showing the feature in action, which you can see below.
A reliable internet connection is optimal to make use of this feature, which is why it’s being pushed for the Note 10 Plus 5G. That’s right, neither the Note 10 or Note 10 Plus support 5G. To get access to the next-gen network, you need to cough up more money for the Note 10 Plus 5G.
Gaming experience has been improved too, adding an A.I based optimization feature called Game Booster, which tailors your phone’s performance and resource use to your specific gaming habits. There’s also a screen recorder function so you can share clips of your gameplay to social media.
And thats almost all for the New Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and its plus version. We have been very surprised by the 2nd version it was Totaly unexpected, and the Feature are just GREAT! What a new Look! Definetly a must Have.