When the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 + came on the market in the spring of 2019, the smartphones not only impressed with their Infinity-O display, but also with the good camera and new technologies such as the in-display fingerprint sensor. The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus also contain these details. In addition, however, there is the operation by pen, the so-called S Pen.
Design And Display
Visually, the Galaxy Note 10 is pretty close to the design of the S10 series. This is mainly due to the large-area display. Because Samsung uses an Infinity O-Display with Loch Notch and SuperAMOLED technology in both series. Only the position of the notch is different. While on the top-right edge of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 +, it is centred on the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. Another commonality that affects the screen is the slight bend around the left and right edges of the case. This creates a look reminiscent of past edge displays.
In direct comparison, the Galaxy S10, with its 6.1-inch screen, is the smallest of the four smartphones. It follows the Galaxy Note 10 with 6.3 inches and the Galaxy S10 + with 6.4 inches. With these models, the display size is very similar, but the Galaxy S10 + dissolves higher. Only the Galaxy Note 10+ falls out of the frame with a diagonal of 6.8 inches – it is by far the largest model in the Galaxy comparison.
Technical Equipment In Comparison
As far as technical performance is concerned, the new generation of notes achieves a slightly better performance. Because here works with the Exynos 9825, the latest Octa-core processor from Samsung. In contrast to the Exynos 9820, which is used in the Galaxy S10 and S10 +, it is not only made more compact (7 instead of 8 nanometers), it also works a bit more power-efficient like the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren.