If we are to take a look at the new Galaxy Note 10, we can clearly see that Samsung is trying something new this year.
First of all, it’s not just one Note 10. There are two: the 6.3-inch Galaxy Note 10 and the 6.8-inch Note 10 Plus. The first one starts with a price of $949, and the second one begins with the cost of $1,099. The phones come with a notch and with a brilliant prismatic backing on two of its color options. That’s right, we are getting a rainbow!
Also, the not-so-good-news is that Samsung has gotten rid of the headphone jack in both of its Note 10 phones.
The changes don’t stop yet
With the larger Note 10 Plus, there are four rear cameras, and there’s no microSD card slot in the smaller Note 10. The S pen comes with gesture controls which allows you to swipe through the screen from afar. The battery is larger, and there is more RAM in the Note 10 Plus. Both phones come with wireless charging that’s faster.
Samsung has also come with a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, that’s identical with that we had have presented so far, except one thing: the modem inside that gives it access to the fastest data speeds. They all come with the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset inside. This variant will sell with Verizon. Note 10 Plus 5G costs $1,299, which is the same price as Galaxy S10 5G.
Out of all these changes, one is very important. First of all, we are not getting a headphone jack anymore. This is a sign of the shift for the future Galaxy phones.
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