Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ today at their Unpacked event in New York City.
The Galaxy Note 10 comes with a 6.3” AMOLED display with 401 ppi (2280×1080), while it has three rear cameras (ultra wide; wide-angle; telephoto) and one 10MP front camera.
The Galaxy Note 10+ has a 6.8” AMOLED display with 498 ppi (3040×1440), to go with four cameras on the rear (Ultra wide; wide angle; telephoto; DepthVision) and one 10MP shooter in the front.
Displays on both models are HDR10+ certified.
Both phones have a 7nm 64-bit Octa-core processor and 12GB of RAM, while offering up to 512GB of internal storage and up to 1TB through its microSD slot. The headphone jack has been eliminated on both devices.
The Note 10 has a 3500 mAh battery, while the larger Note 10+ has a 4300 mAh battery, which Samsung says is for “all-day battery”.
The devices also feature Wireless Powershare so you can place a friend’s phone on the back to wirelessly share power, or charge other Qi-compatible devices.
The S Pen is now available with Air Actions, now letting users create customized controls with gestures.
Samsung USA says the Galaxy Note 10 comes ready for 5G, but that won’t be available in Canada, as we will have LTE with up to 2.0 Gbps download and up to 150 Mbps speeds supported through enhanced 4×4 MIMO.
Both the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ will launch in Canada on August 23, 2019. Pricing for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ is listed below in Canadian dollars, in Aura Glow, Aura White and Aura Black, available from major Canadian wireless carriers, Samsung’s website and Samsung Experience Stores in Canada:
- Galaxy Note 10 (256GB) – $1,259.99
- Galaxy Note 10+ (256GB) – $1,459.99
- Galaxy Note 10+ (512GB) – $1,599.99
Here’s a hands-on video of both phones shared by The Verge:
Will you be picking up a Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+, or are you waiting for the ‘iPhone 11’ expected to debut next month?