The Note 10 stylus upgraded gesture control allow users to control apps by only moving the stylus in different directions. Currently the gesture control works with Samsung apps only, but that could be updated.
The phone is powered by Exynos 9825 chipset which allows the phone to run more efficiently. The phone is only available with 256 GB of storage and there is no microSD support. However, that should be more than enough for the average user. If you need more storage, the Note 10 + would be the choice for you. Samsung has removed the 3.5mm headphone jack from the phone. Therefore, you will have to use USB-C port supported headphones (or wireless) to connect to the device. The Note 10 features a 3,500mAh battery which should deliver a longer battery life than before, but has not been properly reviewed yet.
The Note 10 + specifications slightly differ from Note 10. Even though the S Pen has the same functionality as the one of Note 10, the Note 10 + has way more storage space than Note 10. You can choose between having 256GB or 512Gb worth of storage. There also is microSD support up to 512GB. The battery on Note 10 + is a 4,300mAh cell, which is more powerful than the one on Note 10. However, same as for Note 10, its performance has not been properly reviewed yet. The Note 10 + has the same processor as Note 10. The Note 10 plus will have a 5G version as well, but it will be even more expensive than the 4G one (see price under ‘Release date and price’).