Samsung’s new Note 10 and Note 10+ – Same but different!
On 7th July at the Barclays Centre in NYC, Samsung announced the new Note 10 and Note 10+.
These two phones share a lot of the same key internals, such as CPU, screen technology, large RAM, etc.
However there are key differences that set the Note 10 and Note 10+ apart.
Rather than me explain it here in palin on text, I have linked below to a great video by Marques Brownlee over at MKBHD on Youtube. In the video, Marques shares some of his early insights from the pre-launch access that he got to the two devices.
For those of you who don’t have time even to watch the video, the bottom line is that the Note 10+ is the real flagship with all the bells and whistle, while the Note 10 is the phone most people need and will probably buy.
Having seen the early coverage of the devices and the limited hands-on videos, I don’t disagree with Marques on that point. However I think once users get to hold both devices in their hands, the Note 10+ will become a more attractive option. Especially so given one of the main selling points of the Note series is the S-Pen. Most stylus users will always opt for more screen real estate, so they can take absolute advantage of their device.
The other key difference which may push more people towards the Note 10+ is the inclusion of 5G technology only in the Note 10+ 5G variants when it is launched. As users roll over to 5G as early adopters, or organically at the end of their current contract, the Note 10+ will be the only Note option if they want 5G.
What are your thoughts? Will you be a Note 10 or a Note 10+?
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Thanks for reading and check out some other posts coming on the Note 10.