In a packed Barclays Center yesterday, Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+.
Following the Galaxy S10 lineup announced back in February, the latest model in the Galaxy family is coming in two sized for the first time ever. For those who want a slightly smaller phone, the Note10 comes with a 6.3-inch Cinematic Infinity Display while the Note10+ and Note10+ 5G comes with a 6.8-inch Cinematic Infinity Display. The redesigned phone features a nearly bezel-less front screen while the forward-facing camera is trimmed to allow for more screen space.
For this model, Samsung has taken their bokeh technology from photos and applied it to video as well. Live Focus Video is now available and Zoom-In Mic focuses on sounds while Super steadies videos using machine learning. AR Doodle and built-in editing allows for videographers to create content all in the palm of their hands. The iconic S Pen has also evolved to allow you to control the phone through gestures and handwriting to text allows you to send files in .doc and .pdf files easier.
Samsung also announced that they've expanded their partnership with Microsoft to further productivity and connectivity between the phone and your desktop. Allowing you to not only mirror the phone and reply to text messages but also to take phone calls in the near future. In addition to this bit of news, 5G capabilities will also be available through a special version of the Note10+.
New colors have been introduced for this phone. The Note10 and Note10+ are now available for pre-order in Aura Glow, Aura White, Aura Black and Aura Blue. The latter will be a Note10+ colorway exclusive to Best Buy and samsung.com. Pricing starts at $949.99 for the Galaxy Note10 and at $1,099.99 for the Note10+. All phones release on August 23 in-store at carriers and online.
Release Date: 8/23/19 (Friday)