Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus
Although August, a priori, might seem a relaxed month, in terms of technological news, the truth is that Samsung comes every year breaking that belief. Thus, the South Korean giant has chosen on August 7, 2019 to announce its new flagship phones: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ (Plus). And as we have not wanted to miss any detail of the event, then we say everything you need to know about the new members of the Note family.
The Galaxy Note 10 arrives with a 6.3-inch screen while the Note 10+, the oldest of the two brothers, increases that size to 6.8 inches, making it the largest screen in Note phones. However, as Samsung emphasizes, even the largest model feels comfortable enters the hands.
Also, and following the latest market trend, the new Note have an infinity-O edge-to-edge display with UL verification and do not have the dreaded notch on the front, but the selfie camera is inserted in a small central perforation on the screen.
But if we have loved something about the new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+, they are its new colors. For some users, colors may not be a sufficient or compelling reason to choose one model or another, but we have to underline that the new versions released by Samsung have surprised us for good.
Thus, the Galaxy Note 10 is available in the colors Aura Glow, Aura Black and Aura Pink, the latter can be obtained in certain markets. And, on the other hand, the Galaxy Note 10+ can be purchased in Aura Glow, Aura Black and Aura White, the latter also depending on where you live.
A more versatile S Pen
As for the S Pen of the new Note 10 and Note 10+, this time Samsung has wanted to add versatility with some new features, several of them related to taking pictures and videos. So, now, easily moving the S Pen up we can switch from the rear camera to the front camera to take selfies easily. And, moving the S Pen to one side or the other, we will move through the different camera modes. But … attention! The most remarkable thing is that, by making circles to the right and left, we can Zoom-in and Zoom-out in the image. That is, we can spend all day moving the S Pen to Harry Potter.
These gesture controls are enabled through six-axis sensors and the S Pen has 10 hours of standby time. In addition, its possibilities are much broader, since third-party apps can also make use of these gestures with the S Pen.
With regard to the more technical features of the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, you would like to know that they have a weight of just 3 grams, the fingerprint sensor is integrated into the screen, but has been raised a little higher to Make the screen unlock more natural and does not come with the previous headphone jack.
As for the cameras, the Note 10 has a triple rear camera with a 16MP Ultra Angular lens; a 12MP angle; and a 12MP telephoto. The front camera is 10MP.
On the other hand, the Note 10 + comes with four rear lenses: a 16MP Ultra Angular lens; a 12MP angle; a 12MP Telephoto; and a DepthVision. The Galaxy Note 10+ DepthVision camera can scan an object and instantly convert it into a mobile 3D rendering. The front camera of the Note 10+ is the same as that of the Note 10, 10MP.
Also, the Note 10 comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory, without MicroSD, and the Note 10+ comes with 12GB of RAM and with two internal memory options, 256GB and 512GB, as well as MicroSD.
As for the battery, the Note 10 has a 3,500 mAh battery and the Note 10+ increases that number to 4,300 mAh.
In both cases, the battery uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to know when we use it the most and help us save it. And also the two models have wireless charging and ultra-fast charging to get full day power in just 30 minutes, with a cable charging capacity of up to 45W.
In addition, now DeX mode can now be activated and connected with a standard USB cable to a Windows or Macbook laptop. And, when zooming into an image, we can do the same zoom with the microphone of the phone to listen more clearly to a conversation or distant conversation, reducing ambient noise.
Both phones are waterproof, with an IP68 level of protection and feature a Snapdragon 855 processor and Samsung’s new 7nm Exinos 9825.
For gamers, it should be remembered that both Note 10 and Note 10+ phones come with the thinnest steam chamber in the world, as well as the Screen Recorder function to easily capture what happens on the screen and use the image to add what is Want in a post-production.
On the other hand, with the AR Doodle tool and the S Pen you can customize photos and videos with dynamic drawings, effects and animations and you can also make videos with a good Bokeh effect (blurring the background), increasing our artistic capabilities thanks to the new features of Samsung Native Video Editor.
If you are anxious to get the new Note 10 or Note 10+, pre-orders start on August 8, 2019, but the first deliveries and units in stores are scheduled for August 23.
In addition, if you want the 45 W charger you must buy it separately.