Samsung revealed not one but two Galaxy Note 10 phones on Wednesday’s recent Galaxy Unpacked case in New York. The 6.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will provide the S-Pen experience in a relatively compact form factor, while the 6.8-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 10 + follows the Note family tradition by being the largest Galaxy Note display to date. The fresh Galaxy Note devices succeed Galaxy Note 9 from Samsung, which was introduced with a 6.4-inch display in 2018.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 + share a lot of requirements, while the display, battery size, as well as the available RAM and global storage capabilities, vary. The Galaxy Note 10 features a 401ppi display of 2280×1080 pixels while a 498ppi 3040×1440 pixel resolution display is one of the larger Galaxy Note 10 + displays. Both are HDR10 + Dynamic AMOLED displays and dynamic tone mapping.
The Galaxy Note 10 will be available on international markets in a single 8 GB RAM and 256 GB LTE storage variant, with Samsung’s home market also receiving a 5 G variant packaging 12 GB RAM. On the Galaxy Note 10, there is no microSD card slot. The Galaxy Note 10 + that has a microSD card with card support up to 1 TB capacity — packs 12 GB of RAM by default with a built-in storage choice of 256 GB and 512 GB.
The colors Auro Glow, Aura White, and Aura Black will feature the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 +. The Galaxy Note 10, which contains a 3,500mAh battery, will also be accessible in color choices such as Red and Pink, while the larger Galaxy Note 10 +, which features a 4,300mAh battery, will be accessible in a Blue color.