Fans of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 have not been disappointed by the overall performance. It’s no wonder they are just as excited for the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 which is expected to launch on August 7, 2019. The anticipation was just as high for the S10 Plus released earlier this year. Choosing between the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus can be a tough decision. Getting an upgrade should be a fun, relaxing experience, not a stressful one. To make things easier, below are some details on the similarities and differences between the androids.
Storage & Performance
Android users will be relieved to find out that when it comes to storage capacity, the Samsung S10 Plus and the Note 10 are equal. Both are equipped with 128 GB of storage. The rams are slightly different with theS10 Plus featuring 8 GB of ram while the Note 10 will have 6 GB. They are also designed with an expandable memory capacity of up to 512 GB. They also utilize powerful dual-core processors to deliver exceptional performance.
For the tech-savvy crowd, regardless of which upgraded smartphone you choose, both of them have a long list of featured highlights. They are built with an on-screen fingerprint sensor, light sensor, proximity sensor, accelerometer, barometer, compass, and gyroscope. The Samsung Note 10 includes an iris scanner, which is one of the only unique details excluded from the Galaxy S10 Plus.
Power & Specs
The Note 10 battery packs a whopping 4000 mAh while the S10 Plus boasts a 4100 mAh battery. They are built with wireless compatibility in mind. The screen sizes are equal at 6.4 inches. Looking for something rugged and waterproof? Check these mobile phones out. Each one is designed to be waterproof and dustproof, even before you add a durable phone case to the mix.
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The Note 10 image resolution is 4616 x 3464 Pixels and it has a CMOS image sensor. It also has a 10 MP front camera and LED Flash. It features phase detection autofocus and a physical aperture of F1.5.
The resolution of the S10 Plus is 4000 x 3000 Pixels. It’s designed with 10 MP and 8 MP dual front cameras. It uses dual-pixel autofocus and screen flash. Both phones are capable of continuous shooting, HDR (high dynamic range), and optical image stabilization.
Don’t Forget to Safeguard Your Smartphone
Now that you know a little more about the specific features of these smartphones, it would not be a bad idea to keep it protected. With a valuable piece of equipment, it is highly recommended you take preventative measures.
Galaxy S10 Waterproof Case - NAUTICAL Series It’s designed with a protective polycarbonate cover. Accidentally drop it in the water? No problem. This case can withstand water depths of 20-feet for up to 1 hour.
Galaxy S10 Flip Wallet Case - EXEC3 Series
This leather flip wallet case provides an ultra-tough magnetic lock for the pocket. Easily keep your cards secured and phone screen protected.