Samsung is changing course with the design of the latest Galaxy Note10 phones that were announced this week. For one, it’s “phones” plural this time around with a large and small model. The S Pen is better than ever and the screen on the Galaxy Note10+ is larger than ever.
As for the smaller Galaxy Note10, the screen is about the size of the one on the Galaxy S10+ while the phone itself is smaller – about the size of the Galaxy S10. That’s a win in terms of screen-to-body ratio, but we need to talk about the resolution, 1080p+.
We got to spend some time with both phones and to our eyes, the 1080p+ Dynamic AMOLED panel looked fine. We can’t say the same about the 3.5mm headphone jack situation.
We cover all this and more in our hands-on video, including going over the differences between the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ besides the size of the screen (i.e. battery, charging, camera extras).
Both Galaxy Note10 models have 5G versions too, the Galaxy Note10+ 5G is even available for pre-order in many countries (limited to countries with 5G networks, of course). However, other than the extra modem, they are identical to the LTE models.