Date Written: 8/15/2019
On August 7, 2019, Samsung unveiled not one, but two new Galaxy Note devices. The devices are the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+. They are both available in a 5G and non-5G option which means there are a total of four new models. They are set to be available on August 23rd.
Changes from the Note 9 include the headphone jack being removed. We’ve seen this happen to quite a few other high-end devices so it’s not a surprise to see it here, but it doesn’t make it less frustrating for those who still want one. The devices also include a new, native video editor that gives you good options for editing your videos.
Major changes have been made to the S Pen. Gesture control on the S Pen allows you to switch between cameras, change music tracks, switch PowerPoint slides and more, all by moving the pen. This might be more of a ‘cool’ feature then something practical for most people, but there are times when gesture control could be helpful. It’s also much easier to convert handwriting in a note to text.
If you’re thinking about picking one of these up make sure you investigate the differences between the 10 and the 10+. One of the big differences is that the 10+ includes a microSD slot for expandable storage while the 10 does not. Other differences include the 10+ having a larger screen, larger battery capacity, the option for more built-in storage, more RAM and an extra camera on the back.
The Galaxy Note series is one of the more popular ones among inspectors who use Palm-Tech and overall these look like great devices.
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