Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has finally been launched offering two different variants for the first time: the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. Note 10 Plus is more like the standard Note 10 while Note 10 sports downgraded display, and specs for a slightly lesser price. However, besides the two new variants, the main controversy or spec change surrounding Note 10 phones is the inevitable removal of the headphone jack. The smaller Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Price is also an opportunity to get a Note device at a lesser price.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Phones Overview
Samsung phones took a different approach to deal with notches with their smaller S10 devices. The hole-punch display is at the right corner that is less-obtrusive and looks OK. However, Note 10 devices sport larger displays. Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.3-inch display while Note 10 Plus sports a massive 6.8-inches 1440 display. The punch-hole notch is at the center now! The small size of the hole and placement looks off for these devices.
Both phones sport a Snapdragon 855 processor with the latest Android 9.0 Pie software. In terms of software, the new S-pen now has a gyro sensor that lets us use gestures to navigate the phone.
Note 10 and Note 10 Plus have a triple camera combo that includes a 12MP main camera, a 12MP telephoto camera, and a third 16MP ultra-wide camera. In addition to this, Note 10 Plus sports a ToF Depth Vision sensor for additional features.
Samsung Note 10 vs Note 10 Plus
Samsung has put its Note customers in limbo by giving these two distinct options. However, this is also an opportunity to save money, if you choose the right fit for you.
Galaxy Note 10 has 8GB of RAM while Note 10 Plus has a 50% larger 12GB RAM. Note 10 Plus also has a larger 256GB/512GB internal storage that can be expanded with an SD card up to 1TB. Note 10 doesn’t allow this. It still has 256 internal storage which is the usual default storage for most flagships.
As for power, Note 10 Plus also has a larger 4300 mAh battery compared to the Note 10’s 3,500 mAh battery.
The difference in specs in Note 10 and Note 10 Plus is very pronounced when you look in the paper. But, the essentials of a good flagship phone are available in both of these phones. IP68 water and dust resistance ratings along with the extra perk of using an S-pen is the biggest draw of Note 10 devices.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus Price
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus price is $1,100, while the smaller Galaxy Note 10 price is $950. In the case of Nepal, these phones should be available for purchase within a few weeks after the international release. Pre-booking of Note 10 devices start next week in Nepal. The phone will be on sale from August 23 internationally.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Which should I get, the Note 10 or the Note 10 Plus?
In our opinion, if you are a true Note Fan, you should definitely get the Note 10 Plus. But if you are someone who wants to give the Note series a try, the Note 10 will be a great starting point.
- When will the Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus launch in Nepal?
Although nothing is official, we hear the pre-booking of the phone will begin starting this week. If past events are of any indication, the phones will launch within this month.
- What is the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus in Nepal?
Well, as we have no official news, we can not mention the exact price. That said, if past events are of any indications, the Galaxy Note 10/ Note 10 Plus will be priced near to their international cost. That means, the Galaxy Note 10 will be around Rs 99,900 and the Note 10 Plus will be priced at around Rs 1,15,000.
- What color options of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus will be available in Nepal?
Well, Samsung usually launches most of the color options. But the Aura Pink, Aura Red, and the Aura Blue might not make its way to Nepal. However, take this with a grain of salt.