Samsung introduced the new Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ smartphones at the Galaxy Unpacked presentation. The devices received 5G support and remote control using the electronic pen S Pen.
New products are based on the Snapdragon 855 processor or Exynos 9825. Galaxy Note 10 will receive 8 gigabytes of RAM, and Galaxy Note 10+ – 12 gigabytes. The volume of the drive is at least 256 gigabytes. The screen of the younger version is 6.3 inches, and the older one is 6.8. Both are made with support for the HDR 10+ standard.
Smartphones are equipped with a camera of three photomodules – the main one with 12 megapixels, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens and a wide-angle lens with 16 megapixels. Unlike Galaxy Note 10, the older version also received a 3D object scanner. It will allow you to create three-dimensional virtual copies for videos or use on 3D printers.
The devices also differ in battery capacity: 3500 mAh for the younger version and 4300 mAh for the older one. Both devices support fast charging at 45 watts. This will allow you to fully charge your smartphone in 30 minutes.
The devices received support for the electronic pen S Pen, equipped with a motion sensor. Thanks to it, you can convert handwritten text into print and remotely control your smartphone using gestures.
The smaller one will cost you $949, while the larger one costs $1,099 ($1,199 for the 512GB version). A Note 10 Plus 5G version will be available to pre-order from Verizon on August 23, starting at $1,300. . They can be purchased in four colors: “Aura”, “White”, “Black” and “Red”. Pre-order is available from August 8 in the company’s stores and on the official Samsung website.