They are already here. Samsung has fulfilled its promise and made the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ official. The Korean firm has broken the tradition of taking a single Note and in 2019 has chosen to divide its range into two. Both are high-end, there is no doubt, but the Plus model keeps the best part.
And although both devices share processors and much of the photographic section, there are small differences that make the Note 10+ the most premium model in the catalogue. There is a lot to break up, so let’s go with what weapons the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ compete.
Similar Designs And An Infinity-O Screen
We start with the aesthetic section. Both devices maintain the same design lines, to the point that one could say that, at a glance, they are the same. But no, there are small differences. On the one hand, the Note 10+ is slightly larger just like the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, something that translates into a larger screen. On the other hand, the module with the cameras is the same, but the Plus model has a fourth lens on the right, just below the LED flash.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Has 8 GB Of RAM, And The Plus Model Amounts To 12 GB
One of the peculiarities of this microprocessor is the compatibility with the Exynos 5100, which for those who do not know it is the Samsung 5G modem. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are compatible with this modem, so in some markets, you can take advantage of the 5G NSA (such as Vodafone, for example) in mmWave and sub-6Ghz modes to achieve up to 2 Gbps of speed. Now, what will happen when the 5G SA network is deployed remains in the air.