At Samsung’s Unpacked event, they officially unveiled their Galaxy Note 10 flagship smartphones: the Note 10 and Note 10+ hit. Both arrive at stores on Aug. 23 at starting, priced from $950 and $1,100, respectively, with Verizon Wireless getting an exclusive 5G 10+ version exclusive retailing for $1,300. All of the models feature bezel-less AMOLED displays with an embedded Infinity-O front-facing selfie camera.
The base Galaxy Note 10 features a 6.3-inch (2,280 x 1,080) AMOLED screen with a 1080p resolution, while the Galaxy Note 10+ sports a large 6.8-inch (3,040 x 1,440) AMOLED display with a sharper 1440p resolution, both powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor. As for other specifications, the Galaxy Note 10 offers 8GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage, and a 3,500 mAh battery. The Galaxy Note 10+ comes with 12GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB of internal storage as well as 4,300 mAh battery.
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Another quirky (yet useful) feature is the Note 10’s ability to convert your handwritten notes directly into digital text. In other words, most of your scribbles can be converted into a legible text note. This means that you can search within your notes can be searched or even before the conversion by simply using keywords. Air Actions allows a Note 10 user to swipe the air with the S Pen and switch between the various camera modes or even make circular motions to zoom in or out.