The Galaxy Note 10 features a 6.3-inch AMOLED display with FULL HD. The Galaxy Note 10 + features a 6.8-inch AMOLED Infinity-O display supporting QHD, meaning that whatever you do on the phone – watching Netflix, playing games, watching Youtube videos – it will look amazing.
The design of both devices is pretty similar to S10 and S10 plus. Probably the biggest difference between the two devices is the full screen display and front-facing camera located at the top centre of the screen. The Note 10 is lighter, thinner and smaller than its predecessor Note 9. Its weight is 168g and it makes the Note 10 one of the lightest flagship Samsung phones available. The frame of the phone is premium metal and the back is made of glass. The phone will be available in 3 colours – Aura Glow (combination of blue and white), Aura Black and Aura Pink.
The Note 10+ is relatively light considering its size (77 x 162 x 7.9mm), it weights 196g. The rounded edges make it easier to hold it, but you will need quite big hands to make it sit comfortably in your hand. Same as Note 10, this device’s back is made of glass while the frame is metal. It is worth considering getting a case to protect the phone from breaking. Same as Note 10, this phone will most likely be available in the same three colours. The devices are water and dust resistant so you don’t have worry about your phone while enjoying the last days of summer.
According to techradar, the Galaxy Note 10 uses the same combination of 16MP ultra-wide lens, a 12MP regular lens and a 12MP telephoto lens, so there is no upgrade from the S10 or S10 +. Regardless, this camera still delivers great photography experience. There are some upgrades for the video recording capabilities, though. The image stabilisation technology has been improved, and there is a new feature called Live Focus Video. This feature enables you to capture background blur effects. You can make a subject pop out from the background while changing the colours of the background, which we were able to do for photos, but not for videos. Another feature is called AR Doodle, which allows you to write over moving images. It works similarly to filters on Instagram and Snapchat.
The Note 10 Plus, in addition to the previously mentioned three cameras, gets an additional DepthVision camera. Thanks to that, the Live Focus Video function works better on Note 10 + than on the standard version. The same as the Note 10, Note 10+ has the AR Doodle function and a zoom-in mic which allows to get clearer audio from specific parts of scene when recording a video.