The Galaxy Note10+ is the biggest Galaxy Note Samsung’s released yet it is quite possibly the one with all the fewest differences from the smaller Galaxy S siblings, at the same time. Even size doesn’t seem to be a differentiator anymore, as the six-month-old Galaxy S10+ is a scant few millimeters shorter and narrower compared to the mighty Note10+. This is where I’ve ended up after using the phone for 2 weeks, and I can not shake that comparison.
For your stylus die-hards, the Note remains without meaningful competition. Improved on-screen handwriting recognition and further remote camera control features keep your S Pen feeling fresh (in theory), though you’re not likely to go to whichever game-changing updates in the Note9 there. The Note10+ does pack some year-over-year upgrades worth discussing: the car battery is a touch under 10% larger, and the screen features a little over 10% more surface area. There is a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and double the storage and RAM – 12GB, what can whose usefulness outside technical marketing is questionable – and you also get the first true fast charging within a flagship Samsung phone (25W together with the included charger, 45W if you purchase the ultra-fast charger). There is also an ultrawide rear camera, a better selfie camera, and Samsung’s controversial in-display fingerprint scanner.
In some recoverable format, then, the brand new Note is a boost from last year’s. The problem is that a lot of those upgrades debuted for the Galaxy S10+ a few months ago, which phone has gone on discount frequently that Samsung’s $999 MSRP simply doesn’t apply. Using the Note10+ weighing an eye-watering $1100 while an S10+ has frequently been shared for $800 or less, Samsung’s biggest competition seems to become itself. Even though the stylus-faithful probably aren’t thinking about that value proposition, in case you simply bought the Note since it was the perfect Samsung phone, it’s increasingly tough to ignore.
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