The smaller Note 10 has a triple camera setup similar to the Galaxy S10 from earlier in 2019, but Samsung's biggest and best got a newer Quad-camera setup with some neat new features. The sensors are still almost the same, so you'll be happy with either camera setup.
- Galaxy Note 10+ has 4 cameras: 4 rear cameras with the main 12 Megapixel f/1.5 through f/2.4 dual variable aperture camera, a 12MP f/2.4 telephoto zoom lens, 16MP super-wide angle camera, and a ToF sensor. Will feature dual optical image stabilization, 960 FPS slo-mo, 4K, etc.
- Then, a single 10MP f/1.9 front-facing camera with 4K, portrait mode, face unlock & more. Centered, cut out of the screen.
- Expect the same camera setup on the smaller Galaxy Note 10, but with only three rear cameras, not four
Galaxy S10+ Cameras
- 12 Megapixel f/1.5-2.4 variable aperture camera with 960 FPS slow-mo, 4k, etc
- 12 MP f/2.4 telephoto zoom lens
- 16 MP super-wide angle camera.
- Dual 8 and 10MP f/1.9 front-facing cameras with 4K, portrait mode, face unlock & more
We're not expecting groundbreaking new camera technology from Samsung until 2020. That said, the new DoF sensor on the Note 10+ could prove successful, and will edge out the S10+. Unfortunately, rumors of a new triple variable aperture were wrong, and they still only have a dual aperture, which is just fine with me.