The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is out and it’s a pretty impressive pair of devices. The Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ are the slimmest but also most-powered Note to date.
There are also plenty of improvements. A lot of which are on the Galaxy Note’s staple — the S Pen. It now features Air Actions that lets you control your device without holding it and just through the S Pen. Video makers will also love all the upgrades and features put into capturing, editing, and sharing video. Lastly, it’s now even easier to go from desktop to mobile and vice versa with Samsung Dex.
But what are the differences between the two devices? Here’s a quick breakdown:
|Note 10||Note 10+|
|Rear Camera||16MP Ultra Wide, 12MP Wide, 12MP Telephoto||16MP Ultra Wide, 12MP Wide, 12MP Telephoto, DepthVision Camera|
|Memory and Storage||8GB/256GB, 12GB/256GB||12GB/256GB, 12GB/512GB|
For a more comprehensive look, check out our Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Hands-On.
Pricing and availability
Now onto what you’re really here for. How will you get these bad boys? Sit tight and read on.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note10+ will be available in Aura Glow, Aura White and Aura Black in carrier and Unlocked by Samsung versions in the U.S.
AT&T, Spectrum Mobile, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless and Xfinity Mobile will carry the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ in stores and online beginning August 23, 2019.
Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Target, Walmart, Samsung.com and the Shop Samsung app will also carry both Notes.
The Galaxy Note 10+ will be available in Aura Blue exclusively at Best Buy and Samsung.com, in carrier and Unlocked by Samsung versions in the U.S. Pricing starts at US$ 949.99 for Galaxy Note10, US$ 1099.99 for Galaxy Note 10+ for both carrier and unlocked versions.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note10+ 5G will be available through Verizon Wireless for a limited time on August 23, 2019. AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will launch at a later date.
Pre-orders begin on August 8, 2019, at 12:01 am ET. Between August 8, 2019 and August 22, 2019, consumers can get a $150 Samsung credit with a Galaxy Note 10+ or Galaxy Note10+ 5G and a $100 Samsung credit with a Galaxy Note10.
Pre-order customers can create their own Galaxy kit by choosing from select mobile accessory bundles or smart watches like the Wireless Charging Duo pad or Galaxy Watch Active, plus eligible customers can get up to 6 months of unlimited music with Spotify Premium on your Galaxy Note 10.
Consumers who trade-in an eligible device on Samsung.com or the Shop Samsung app can also get up to US$ 600. The promotions will last for a limited time and only while supplies last. Samsung credit can be used on samsung.com or the Shop Samsung app towards select mobile category products.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Unboxing
Everything that comes with a retail package
Because you asked for it, here is our Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Unboxing.
This is everything that comes with a retail package. The Galaxy Note 10+ retails for $1099 unlocked.
For more on the Note 10 check out our Hands-On video.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ Review
Is it still the most desirable Android phone it used to be?
This is our Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ Review, our longest video yet, but definitely worth watching till the very end.
In 2019, with the flashy Galaxy Fold on the horizon, is the Note 10 still the most desirable Android phone it used to be? How does its camera perform vs the S10+, P30 Pro, or the Google Pixel 3? Should you get the Note 10+ or the smaller Note 10? And is it your GadgetMatch?
Marvel cases also coming to Samsung Galaxy Note 10
Available for both the Note 10 and Note 10+
Officially called the Galaxy Friends Marvel Smart Cover, these cases more than just change the exterior of your phone. When slapped on, your entire theme changes to the superhero of your choice. Available for the Note 10 and Note 10+ are Iron Man, Spider-Man, Captain America, and Deadpool.
He even shared wallpapers for the Iron Man and Spider-Man cases. Both which are pretty much the same ones on the Galaxy S10s.
These cases and the tech behind it was first introduced alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10 series. They were also applied to the cases of the BLACKPINK edition both for the Samsung Galaxy A70 and Galaxy A80.
There’s no official word yet from Samsung on when these cases will hit the market but we’re crossing our fingers that it happens soon!
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note+
The Samsung Galaxy Note and Note 10+ will be powered by the company’s Exynos 9825 processor. There are also plenty of improvements. A lot of which are on the Galaxy Note’s staple — the S Pen. It now features Air Actions that lets you control your device without holding it and just through the S Pen. Video makers will also love all the upgrades and features put into capturing, editing, and sharing video. Lastly, it’s now even easier to go from desktop to mobile and vice versa with Samsung Dex.
Watch our Hands-On video to see everything that this new flagship has to offer.
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