Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ is a big phone with a lot to offer, but something even bigger is coming soon. Here, we’ll go over everything we know so far about the Galaxy Note 10, what to expect, then compare it to the Galaxy S10+ for potential buyers.
While we know almost everything about the Galaxy Note 10 already, there are still several mysteries surrounding the screen sizes, cameras, names and more. Either way, we know they’ll release at least two versions, including a cheaper model that might be a great Galaxy S10 alternative.
You have several great phones available to buy right now, including the Galaxy S10+, Note 9, or even the OnePlus 7 Pro. However, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 could be the best phone of the year and worth waiting for.
While the Galaxy S10+ from earlier this 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 is a big deal.
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 just like the S series earlier in the year, you’ll have multiple options in the latter part of the year two. Basically, you’ll have at least 5 flagship Galaxy devices to pick from with different 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 their other big-screen device. 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.
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