Samsung is hosting an Unpacked event today, and during that event it’s going to unveil its newest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 10+. But the company has already made the phones officially official.
On Wednesday, Samsung announced three variants of the Galaxy Note 10: the smallest option is the standard Galaxy Note 10, followed up with the Galaxy Note 10+, and finally the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. Each of the phones hare plenty of similarities right out of the gate, while there are some key differences to take note of.
The Galaxy Note 10 offers a 6.3-inch display with a resolution of 2280×1080, while the Galaxy Note 10+ has a 6.8-inch display with a resolution of 3040×1440. As you can see from the image above, Samsung is including a small cut-out for the front-facing camera, this time deciding to put it in the top-middle rather than the top-right corner. Samsung is calling the AMOLED displays Cinematic Infinity Display, and they are nearly bezel-free.
There is no headphone jack present, each model supports a face recognition feature, and they are all equipped with an in-display fingerprint reader as well.
On the Galaxy Note 10 there are three cameras on the back, while the Galaxy Note 10+ variants have four rear cameras. The three primary cameras on both models are a 16MP ultra-wide shooter, a 12MP wide-angle camera, and a 12MP telephoto camera. The additional fourth camera in the Galaxy Note 10+ is a DepthVision camera.
Each of the new smartphones boast a 64-bit octa-core processor, with the Galaxy Note 10 offering 8GB of RAM and the Galaxy Note 10+ offers 12GB of RAM. Each model comes with various amounts of storage, with the Galaxy Note 10 featuring 256GB of built-in storage and the Galaxy Note 10+ offering either 256GB or 512GB.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will be available in Aura White, Aura Black, and Aura Glow. The Galaxy Note 10 will start at $949.99 and the Galaxy Note 10+ starts at $1,099.99. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will cost $1,299.99. Pre-orders for the new phones start on Thursday, August 8, and they all go on sale starting on August 23.
So, there are Samsung’s new phones. What do you think? And if you want to, you can tune into Samsung’s live event:
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