Everything you might have missed about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ were just announced last week, and as always, there is a lot of information that Samsung was unable to convey at Unpacked. From new software features to minor hardware changes, there are a lot of tidbits that Samsung didn’t make a big deal of. After having used the phone for about an hour at Samsung Unpacked, I was able to find many things that Samsung didn’t have time to bring up.
I also wanted to briefly talk about my first impressions of the two devices. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.3-inch screen in a body that is slightly larger than the Samsung Galaxy S10. It feels really great to hold in the hand. While the screen is only 1080p (and at $950 that’s unacceptable), it’s a really good-looking display nonetheless. If I were to get the regular Galaxy Note 10, I would have no complaints about the display quality itself. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, though, is more my style. It has a huge 6.8-inch screen in a body just millimeters larger than that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.