Samsung Galaxy Note 10 : release date, price and data sheet.

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It’s official : you can now buy the Note 10, Note 10 and 5G on the site Samsung. In this article, find out what they have to offer..

A little smaller than the Galaxy Note 9, and Galaxy S10 More than 6.4 inches on the paper, but in reality is much smaller in the hand due to the edges being refined, the Note 10 standard has a screen of 6.3 inches.

Samsung has dramatically increased the report screen/body of more than 10 %, and adding a display Infinity-O and a punch in the top middle, it has reached a staggering rate of 94.7 %.

For the first time, you have the choice between two models, one larger than the other. Those who prefer the small version will be a sacrifice on the power of the battery, 3500 mAh counter 4300 mAh, but also on the ability to add a microSD card and the resolution of the screen, Full HD+ instead of Quad HD+.

The internal storage has also doubled compared to its predecessor, with 256 Gb for the standard Note, and 512 Gb for the Most.

It is to be noted that the display on the two new Galaxy is absolutely amazing, it is edge to edge, it takes care of the HDR10+ and incorporates a superb fingerprint readers. Technology Dynamic OLED stands out for its vivid colours and deep blacks, supplemented by the new options of colors Will Glow.

The Note 10 is also available in Will be Pink, while the colors Will be White is reserved for the Note 10 Plus. They are both certified to IP68 for water resistance and coated with a glass Gorilla Glass 6.

The rumors proved to be true for the headphone jack that is no longer of the party, just as the button Bixby and the heart rate sensor, what bothers us much less.

However, there are a lot of new elements that make us forget this, in the image of the pair of headphones USB‑C AKG, and a wireless charging faster (15W) (including Powershare Wireless).

The load cable is even faster, up to 45W on both models, but only one charger 25W is provided. According to Samsung, you will get a day of power with a charge of 30 minutes.

The S Pen, which is one of the main selling points of the Note 10, has been the subject of an update. There is a whole new “Action Air”, which allows you to use the famous pen of Samsung as a magic wand.
Use to launch the camera and made all kinds of gestures, without ever needing to touch the screen, for example, a circular movement is enough to zoom in or to zoom out.

The new S pen connects to the Note 10 via Bluetooth 5.0 and can last up to 10 hours of standby time. Other features of connectivity in the new Galaxy phones will include Wi-Fi 6, NFC and GPS.

What has also changed in comparison to the Note 9 is that the 10 includes a processor 7nm, supported by 8 Gb of RAM for the standard model and 12 Gb in the Most. Samsung has been rather vague about what is actually this chip, but before the launch, it was said that he used the Snapdragon 855 More in the United States and its latest Exynos 9825 elsewhere.

It is the first mobile chip to 7 nm from Samsung, which should improve the performance compared to the Galaxy S10.

The inclusion of the Snapdragon 855 More is also interesting, because the GPU has been improved, according to Qualcomm, it boosts the graphics of 15 %.

The two Note 10 have also had better sensors photos, with a camera selfie identical to the S10, but on the back, the Note 10 is Standard equipped with a triple objective, while on the Note 10 More have been added to the sensors, Depth Vision and Time of Flight. This is the same duo 12 Mp with OIS that the Note 9, but with a sensor with ultra-wide 16-Mp additional.

Price and availability the Note 10.

Samsung has lifted the veil on the Note 10 and the Note 10 Plus the August 7, 2019, and since the 23 of August they are to purchase.

Go to the Samsung website to give you the Note 10 or the Note 10 Plus. They are also available from Amazon France, Boulanger, Fnac, SFR, Orange, Sosh, RED by SFR or Cdiscount.

The Note 10 is 959 € and the Note 10+ starts at 1 109 €.

For more information about the differences between the Standard and More, see our article comparative.