Samsung’s Note10 devices were unveiled back on August 7 in New York, but today, Samsung China held an event where it introduced the Note10 and Note10+ 5G to the domestic market. Interestingly the larger Note will be offered only in its 5G variety for now while the smaller Note10 will have to make do without the 5G capabilities.
Both versions will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset and will come in Aura Glow, Aura White and Aura Black colors. The Note10 starts at CNY 6,599 ($934) and comes with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage while the Note10+ 5G is offered with 12GB RAM and the same 256GB of storage for CNY 7,999 ($1,132).
Both phones are available for pre-order on Samsung’s official site and are scheduled to ship by September 12.
You just described the main difference between the S and Note line that has been ongoing for the past 6 years.
Bigger battery, bigger display, UFS3.0 new f2fs file system, more optizmed camera and software and improved night mode. Also most important thing: New Exynos 7nm EUV chipset vs 8nm chipset