The latest additions to Samsung’s Galaxy Note family, the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+, are packed with features and technologies to help you do more, experience more, and pursue your passions.
Striking a perfect balance of power and pocketability, the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ pack an array of bar-raising performance technologies and productivity tools into a slim, nearly bezel-less design that is as stunning as the devices are powerful. For the first time, the Galaxy Note10 comes in two sizes — the Galaxy Note10 opens up the Note to users who want the power of the S Pen and ultimate productivity in a compact form factor, packing a 6.3-inch Cinematic Infinity Display into the most compact Note yet. The Galaxy Note10+ features the biggest Note display ever with a 6.8-inch Cinematic Infinity Display on a device that’s still easy to hold and easy to use.
Yun-je Kang, Senior Vice President and Head of Samsung Electronics’ Design Team, summed up the philosophy behind the flagships’ design. “These days, our smartphones are always in our hands, and they’re becoming items that express our individuality and preferences,” said Kang. “From the beginning, we worked hard to achieve a design that reflected a deep understanding of how consumers use their smartphones today.”
Galaxy Note 10
The Galaxy Note10 opens up the Note to users who want the power of the S Pen and ultimate productivity in a compact form factor, packing a 6.3-inch Cinematic Infinity Display into the most compact Note yet. The Galaxy Note10+ features the biggest Note display ever with a 6.8-inch Cinematic Infinity Display on a device that’s still easy to hold and easy to use.
From top to bottom, the Note 10+ exudes high-end, unsurprising considering all its bells and whistles. On its face, which is all screen, is a high-resolution 6.8-inch display Samsung dubs its Infinity-O display, which includes an unseen and highly accurate fingerprint sensor for easy access, along with a tiny front-facing camera built into the screen itself, rather than the frame.
In this fast-paced world, we need a device that can keep up with us. The Galaxy Note10 features new technologies, enhanced capabilities, and powerful integrations all in service of giving users the freedom to work in a way that makes them the most productive.
· Handwriting to Text: The Galaxy Note10 brings a powerful new capability to the re-designed, uni-body S Pen. Now, users can jot down notes, instantly convert their handwriting to digital text in Samsung Notes, and export it to a variety of different formats, including Microsoft Word. Users can now customize notes by shrinking, enlarging, or changing the colour of texts. In just a few taps, meeting minutes can be formatted and shared; bursts of inspiration can quickly become editable documents.
· Evolution of the S Pen: Samsung’s slide-out S-Pen stylus has gone through a few upgrades. You can still pop it out and quickly jot something down on the Note’s always-on display, or use it as a remote camera shutter if you’re trying to stage the perfect picture. But now you can use its new gesture controls to bounce between the front and rear cameras with a flick upward or zoom with the trio of rear lenses by spinning it in a circle. It’s basically a magic wand, one Samsung wants you to use in your daily life, from brainstorming ideas to taking notes in your morning meetings.
The triple-camera arrangement on the back of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ means business when it comes to taking pictures. With various photo and video modes, including night and macro shots — those photos won’t disappoint. Features like super slow-motion, and an enhanced directional microphone mode for capturing audio from faraway sources give you more ways to capture your day (or evening). The rear depth sensors also make for better augmented reality-laden shots and effects. While additions like AR effects feel like a parlour trick, all those components add up to a camera system that gives you better portrait shots and fewer noisy night scenes for your Instagram feed.
On the inside, there’s up to 512GB of built-in storage, with the option to add a terabyte more via MicroSD card. The USB-C connection and wireless power-sharing feature put it ahead of rival devices like the iPhone in terms of functionality and compatibility; you can charge AirPods (or another iPhone) using a Note 10+, no cables required. The 12GB of memory in the Note 10+ is certainly a lot, but that also means you’ve got more than enough horsepower to do any serious mobile work. Or desktop work, for that matter.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ pretty much sticks the landing, too. This phone will definitely satisfy those looking for power with a dash of polish, who want a big screen for gaming, streaming, texting, recording, and everything else you’d want to get done.