Samsung unpacked its Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus
Boom! The Korean tech giant has finally launched the long-awaited market slayer, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 along with the Note 10+ that offers a larger screen and a bigger battery. We have to accept the fact that Samsung knows how to leave an impression, how to fetch money out of their customer’s money. No matter how expensive they put the deal, said that the ‘S-pen flagship’ is offered at a very high price by the company.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 & Note10+: Not so Pocket-Friendly
The world’s biggest smartphone maker launched the Galaxy Note 10 at an event, Unpacked in New York on Wednesday. With the heavy pricing, Note10 at $950 a 6.3-inch screen and $1,100 Note10+ model with a larger 6.8-inch screen. Are we evolving into superhuman? With a supermassive palm.
These best-in-class smartphones would hit the stores on August 23, with a 5G in the Note 10 Plus. With the Galaxy Note, Samsung has stood with the promise of delivering the most robust specs. Talking about the specs let us talk individually and get this thing sorted.
The ‘S flagship’ of 2019, offers us a tremendous Bezel-less edge-to-edge Cinematic Infinity Display. This is for the very first time that Samsung has brought out the new Note in two sizes. Unlike the punch-hole towards the side of the Galaxy S10, the in-display cut out for the front camera is small and has been centered for a balanced design.
We must appreciate Samsung’s effort here to deliver a satisfying AMOLED display with HDR10+ certification and Dynamic Tone Mapping, featuring wide color range. Here’s the thing added is even the biggest Note that has been launched now is thinner and lighter than the Galaxy Note 9.
USP: The S-Pen
The stand out quality of the Note series for which they are popular for, what their actual USP is, The S-Pen. This year Samsung with Note 10 has made some modest improvement. With the aid of the Bluetooth Low Energy “Air action gestures, one could jot down notes, can convert that handwriting to text and export the result to the Microsoft word. User can control music playback or the camera from a distance- hold down a button on the pen and rotate it to have the camera a tripod zoom, for example. Samsung is also opening up this S Pen gesture capability to developers.
In the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung has added a live Focus Video feature that adds depth-of-field adjustments so that a user can blur the background to focus on the subject. With the Zoom-In-Mic you could amplify the audio and eliminate any background noise aside. Along with all these are other much-needed features offered by the company, like for removing the bumps and shakes, there is an improved Super steady feature that stabilizes footage and is accessible in Hyperlapse mode for steady time-lapse videos. Added to that we get a reality doodle feature that will let one draw silly faces over the person, and a bleeding-edge AR technology and a 3D scanner to capture objects that might later help to print on a 3D printer.
The Massive Battery
Note and Note 10+ both offer a larger battery than the one in Note 9. The phones are capable of fast charging, with the Note 10+ able to last almost a whole day.
Samsung claims to have built the world’s slimmest vapour chamber cooling system, which is supposed to deliver optimal performance. Powered by 7nm 64-bit-Octa-core processor with the added AI-Based Game Booster for optimising the performance and power consumption.
Galaxy Note 10
The Note comes with an FHD+ Dynamic (2280X1080p) AMOLED Infinity- O Display with HDR10+ certified. Measuring 71.8X151.0X7.9mm, weighing 168gms. Unlike the Plus, this one has a triple camera rear setup -16 MP ultra-wide sensor along with 12 MP wide-angle and 12 MP telephoto lens. The LTE version of the phone will feature two Nano-SIM slots while the 5G variant will have just one Nano-SIM slot. Note 10 will be available in two variants — 8GB RAM with 256GB internal storage (LTE model only) and 12GB RAM with 256GB internal storage (5G model only).
Galaxy Note 10 +
The big brother offers us with a 6.8-inch Quad HD+ (3040X1440p) Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Display with HDR10+ Certified. Measuring 7.2 x 162.3 x 7.9mm, it weighs 196 grams. Other than the display, another big highlight is the quad-camera setup at the rear featuring 16MP ultra-wide sensor along with a 12MP wide-angle, 12MP telephoto and a VGA depth vision camera.
With 3D Scanner, a first for the Samsung Note series, the DepthVision camera can scan an object and instantly turn it into a movable 3D rendering. At the front Galaxy Note 10+ is the 10MP camera. The Plus variant will have 12 GB of RAM with two storage options – 256GB and 512GB. The LTE variant of the phone has Dual SIM (Hybrid) — one Nano-SIM and one Nano SIM or one MicroSD slot (up to 1TB). For the 5G variant, there will be a single Nano-SIM slot and one micro SD (with up to 1TB).
The phones come in Aura Black, Aura White and Aura Glow (a prismatic effect), with an Aura Blue version exclusive to Best Buy and Samsung.com in the U.S.
We’ll be updating you with latest price trends and more about how could you get your hands on the latest ‘S-Pen Flagship’
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