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Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy Note 9: What We Know So Far



Buyers have plenty of great Android phones to choose from in 2019, like the OnePlus 7 Pro or Galaxy Note 9. However, Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 could be the best one yet. If you’re debating getting the OnePlus 7 Pro, waiting on the Pixel, or considering getting last years Galaxy Note 9 here’s what you need to know about Samsung’s next Note.

Right now, the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 is mostly a mystery, although we believe Samsung will release at least three versions. A cheaper Galaxy Note 10, a bigger Note 10+ or Pro, and a 5G variant. With the release date less than two months away, here’s why the Note 10 is worth the wait.

While the Galaxy Note 9 from last year is still an excellent phone and very capable, we recommend buyers wait another month if they can. For the first time in years, Samsung will release multiple versions of the Galaxy Note 10, which has buyers excited.

We’re seeing hints of at least two different Galaxy Note 10’s, and one could have a massive 6.75-inch display. We’ve seen countless leaked photos, hints about the powerful Quad-camera setup on the back, to a new superfast charging technology. What that all boils down to is Samsung’s next phone will likely be one of or the best phone of 2019. A lot of great phones are coming, and you’ll have your pick between multiple screen sizes and price points, which is really important.

Our slideshow below goes over everything we know about Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10, then compares it to last years Note. That way you can decide if it’s worth waiting for and worth paying more money for. Because, as we all know, Note devices are never cheap. Let’s get started.

Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy Note 9: Design

The first thing we want to talk about is the design. Mainly because a lot will change between the Note 9 and Note 10. Just like we saw with the Galaxy S10, Samsung made major changes to the overall style, design, and lack of bezels around the phone. The screen is so big they had to cut a spot out for the front camera.  

Samsung is sticking to its popular big screen with curved edges. Keep in mind though that the Note 10 is a hair bigger or smaller, depending on what size you buy. Then, on the back you'll notice 3-4 cameras, off to the left side, instead of in the center. 

Furthermore, the new Galaxy Note 10 won't have a fingerprint scanner on the back either. Instead, Samsung went with an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Yes, the fingerprint scanner is inside the screen and can read the ridges of your finger through the glass. A feature Galaxy S10 owners love. 

Basically, the lack of bezels at the top and the bottom, more cameras, a bigger screen and no rear fingerprint scanner is what makes the design different. Otherwise, it's still mostly Samsung's usual all metal and glass phone. 

It'll still look unquestionably like a Samsung Galaxy Note device, with the slide-out S-Pen stylus and all. However, there is one big thing to mention, which is that we're hearing Samsung will ditch the Bixby button, and they've removed the 3.5mm headphone jack. Yes, the Galaxy Note 10 will NOT have a headphone jack.  

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