In this Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy Note 10+ (Plus) comparison we tell you exactly what you need to know to help you make the right decision. These are big fancy new phones that now come in two different screen sizes, but that’s not the only difference you’ll want to consider before you buy one.
We go over what’s new compared to the Note 9, what changed, what to expect, and what’s different between the two phones. That way you have an easier time choosing one over the other. If you’re on the fence this holiday season, we’re here to help.
While these are Samsung’s best phones of 2019, not a lot changed compared to the Galaxy S10 from earlier this year. These are very similar devices, although the Note does have a slew of neat features thanks to the S-Pen stylus, an extra rear camera, and faster charging.
Basically, Samsung is still offering a massive device that’s bigger than almost any phone they’ve ever released. The Note continues to get bigger, better and faster, and that’s true again this year. However, they also delivered a compact 6.3-inch Note 10 for those that want the Note experience without the massive screen. In fact, the smaller model is very compact and physically smaller than the Galaxy S10.
Each area and aspect of the phone has a few subtle changes though, which Samsung hopes will steer people to the bigger and more expensive model. So, our slideshow will break down the screen, specs, camera and charging so you know exactly what you’ll miss if you get the smaller phone, what you’ll get for paying top-dollar or why you might want to wait for the Galaxy S11 next year.
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