The Galaxy Note 10 line will consist of a 6.3-inch edition and a 6.8-inch model called the Note 10+. Note 10 6.3inch or
Note 10+ 6.8inch Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Display, shrinking the ‘hole-punch’ seen in the earlier version, with a resolution of 2280 by 1080 pixels for the Note 10 and 3040 by 1440 for the Note 10 Plus.
Samsung has taken the wraps off the latest iteration of a smartphone it claims is the world’s most powerful mobile device. The firm kicked off its annual summer Unpacked event on Wednesday afternoon at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn with a look at the new versions of its flagship handset, the Galaxy Note 10.
The Note 10 release also brings improvements to its accompanying stylus, the S Pen, with a six-axis motion sensor that will allow you to control paired devices with air gestures, much like a magic wand.
During the event, Samsung also revealed a partnership with Microsoft that will make it easier to sync your content across platforms, and unveiled the Galaxy Book S – an ultra-thin laptop that boasts 23 hours of battery life.
Samsung CEO DJ Koh took to the stage on Wednesday to introduce the firm’s new devices and discuss improvements in connectivity and security, as well as Samsung’s vision of experience innovation. In addition to advanced features, Koh explained, Samsung is working to facilitate the integration of devices, services, and capabilities across a universe of galaxy of devices.
The Samsung chief wasted little time in getting to the Galaxy Note 10, however, revealing a sleeker-than-ever handset that aims to be the ultimate power phone.
According to Head of Product Management Drew Blackard, the Note 10 is a smartphone that can do anything. At just 8 millimeters thick, it’s the narrowest Note Samsung has ever made and boasts the biggest screen yet.
The display also gives off less blue light, according to Blackard, and has the highest screen to window ratio on a Note.
Note 10 will again feature an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor that sits beneath the glass display. And, its machine learning-based software is learning to ‘distinguish between real and fake fingerprints’ for even tighter security.
According to Samsung, the Note 10 models are equipped with a ‘pro-grade’ camera system, with the ability to adjust the depth of field in videos and amplify audio to reduce background noise.
The Note 10 also adds screen record to its arsenal of functions, along with AR Doodle and 3D scanner, which will allow creators to use the S Pen to add dynamic drawings and effects directly to an image.
The DepthVision camera in the Note Plus will even let you scan objects and turn them into animated 3D images. And, night mode is now available for the front-facing selfie camera, too, for better snaps in low-light settings.
Fast-charging capability will allow the Note 10 Plus to last all day on just 30 minutes of wired charge, the firm says.
It will also support Wireless PowerShare, meaning the smartphone can be used to charge other devices, including the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Buds.
The new S Pen will also add more capabilities to the package, now allowing for some gesture control thanks to its six-axis motion sensor that includes an accelerometer and gyro sensor. This means you’ll be able to control certain functions by waving the pen in the air, including zooming in and out to take pictures and controlling the volume of YouTube videos without having to touch the screen.