Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is the highly anticipated successor to the Galaxy Note 9 series, planned for release on August 23. While it is the first of the Note series to introduce a 5G-capable model, availability of 5G is limited in the US. Likewise, the 5G-capable Note 10+ will launch first on Verizon in the US, with support for other carriers coming later. Similarly, only the Note 10+ will support 5G in the US, with Samsung leaving the door open for a 5G-capable version of the smaller Note 10 for international markets.
This ebook provides details and analysis from TechRepublic, ZDNet, and CNET about Samsung's Galaxy Note 10, Samsung's Galaxy Book S, and the industry’s first 7nm processor, the Exynos 9825.
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WHAT IS THE GALAXY NOTE 10?
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ represent the ninth generation of the stylus-bundling Galaxy Note line of phablets (no Galaxy Note 6 was produced). For the first time in the Galaxy Note series, Samsung is producing two different screen sizes for the already famously large phone, for a total of three Galaxy Note models. While the Galaxy Note 10 drops the 3.5mm headphone jack, and the microSD card slot is limited to the larger Note 10+, it retains the signature S Pen stylus.
The Galaxy Note 10 retains the same 6.3” screen as the Note 9, packed into a slightly smaller frame. The display is a dynamic AMOLED display, with a 2280x1080 (401 ppi) resolution, and includes 8 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage, with a 3,500 mAh battery.