Samsung Galaxy Note 10 & 10+ Announced

Samsung’s latest iteration of the Galaxy Note series of phones were announced at an event yesterday. If you missed the event, here’s the event in full:

The Galaxy Note 10, for the first time in a Note device, is available in two sizes: 6.3 (Galaxy Note 10) and 6.8 inches (Galaxy Note 10+).

The Galaxy Note 10 has a HDR10+ 6.3-inch screen at 2280×1080 resolution, with the Note 10+ coming in at 6.8 inches diagonally at 3040×1440, moving it well into phablet-size territory. For comparison, the iPhone XS Max features a 6.5-inch display.

Samsung added a triple-lens camera to the Note 10 and a quad camera to the Note 10+. The Note 10 features a 16-megapixel ultra wide-angle camera, a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera, and a 12-megapixel telephoto camera. The Note 10+ has the same lenses but also adds a new DepthVision Camera.

RAM varies between 8GB and 12GB depending on model, wireless connectivity, and internal storage. Storage begins at 256GB. The Galaxy Note 10+ has a microSD card reader, but the smaller Note 10 does not have card reading capability

The Galaxy Note 10 is priced starting at $949.99 USD, while Galaxy Note 10+ pricing starts at $1099.99 USD. In terms of Canadian pricing (seeing as this is a Canadian blog), I heard from TELUS where the Galaxy Note 10+ is now available for pre-order at TELUS at The Galaxy Note 10+ will be available for purchase in-store and online at on August 23rd. Customers who pre-order the new Galaxy Note10+, on a minimum two year term, will receive Samsung Galaxy Buds as a gift with purchase, valued at $219.99.

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