Samsung Unpacked 2019 has arrived and the company has just introduced the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. The devices are designed to increase productivity, encourage creativity and achieve better performance. All three devices were created together with everyday consumers and those who use their devices at work.
All three devices will include the popular Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor in the United States, which will dispel rumors that we have heard the opposite. Devices available for sale outside the United States will feature Samsung’s new 7nm Exynos 9825 SoC. The Galaxy Note 10 will include 8GB of RAM with 256GB of internal storage. The Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G will have 12 GB of RAM and will be available in 256 and 512 GB variants. Galaxy Note 10+ users will also be able to add a microSD card for up to 1TB of additional memory. The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will support 4G LTE, while the 5G version will naturally require a great 5G connection. All devices support Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth and support download speeds of up to 1.2 Gbps.
Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ Display and design
The Galaxy Note 10 has a 6.3-inch FHD + dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O screen, while the Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10 5G come with a 6.8-inch Quad HD + dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O screen. All three screens are HDR10 + certified. The Galaxy Note 10 screen is Samsung’s thinnest and lightest flagship device. The dimensions are 71.8 x 151.0 x 7.9 mm and the weight is 168 grams. The Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G are not that small, but they are also easy to handle. The dimensions are 77.2 x 162.3 x 7.9 mm and the weight is 196 grams.
All three devices include a cinematic endless screen from edge to edge. Samsung has designed these devices so that users can focus on the task at their disposal without any interference. The front camera is located in the upper center of the device and is one of the few significant “interference” on the screen with almost no frame.
Screen brightness is also created keeping in mind productivity. The screen will be easily visible regardless of the lighting situation of the user. Photos and videos will reportedly be brighter and colors more vivid. The screen is specially designed for field workers and others who are in multiple environments.
The devices include stereo speakers and Dolby Atmos surround sound technology. Each device comes with type C sockets. All three devices will naturally be compatible with a wide range of audio and video formats.
Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ Battery capacity and charging
The Galaxy Note 10 has 3,500mAh, and the other two devices will have a 4,500mAh battery. Users will reportedly be able to spend the entire day with just thirty minutes of charging. The devices will also have standard wireless charging and Wireless Power Share, but these features will be a bit slower. Users will be able to wirelessly charge devices like the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Buds with their Note device, but it will also be a little slower than wired charging. A 25-watt charger with a USB-C cable comes in a box, but consumers will be able to pick up a 45-watt charger separately. The 45-watt charger will only work with Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G devices.
With Pen and Air Actions
The Galaxy Note 10 family includes a completely new Samsung feature – Air Actions. The S Pen can now be used to control various actions on the device with air movements. Many movements are built into various native applications such as the camera. Users will scroll left, right, up, down or rotate to control their app. For example, in a demonstration, a user could rotate their S Pen to zoom in on their device’s camera. Developers will be able to customize their own controls and the Air Actions SDK.
It is important that Note that Air Actions currently only works with the S pen. Users will need to press the side button on the S Pen pen before making a movement and release the button to complete it. We found that it took Air Actions a little while to get used to it, but we will be able to give more information in a future article.
Fortunately, the S Pen has been reconfigured and features a “unibody” design. The S Pen is therefore more robust and easier to use. It will be interesting to see how these aerial actions are compared to Google’s Pixel 4 gesture technology with motion sensors that only supposedly require movement.
Note 10 Camera and editing options
Samsung has now confirmed what many doubted – the Galaxy Note 10 devices will have a total of four cameras. All three devices will have a 10-megapixel front camera and an ultra-wide 16-megapixel camera (f / 2.2), a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera (f / 1.5 / 2.4) and a 12-megapixel telephoto camera (f / 2.1) on the back of the camera.
Samsung has specifically focused on creating photo and video editing tools that could be used by regular consumers, entrepreneurs and businesses. Their new Live Focus Video feature allows users to blur the background and focus on a specific person or item. “Night mode” is ideal for low light environments. “Zoom-In Mic” will improve the sound and reduce background noise, while the “Super Steady” function will stabilize the recordings. All of these functions could be very useful in the workplace, especially companies that rely on social media. For example, “Live Focus Video” could allow users to direct their viewers ’attention to a particular product. The “Zoom-In Mic” function would be great for musicians or live events.
Many of the new video and photo sources can be used with the S Pen. AR Doodle helps users draw the effects and illustrations that accompany the image. This could be a fun feature to use on Instagram, but it could also help in the workplace. For example, the AR Doodle feature can be useful for engineers and construction workers. They could record a few seconds of video and then rely on the necessary features and measurements. Enterprise users will also enjoy a 3D scanner, measuring 3D objects. The 3D scanner will only be available on the Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10+ 5G. Samsung hopes that in the future, users will be able to manipulate the 3D item on the screen as well.
Users will also be able to edit their photos and videos using the S Pen. Screen Saver allows users to enter frame by frame. These edits can include animations, illustrations, and subtitles. Users who need more editing will be able to download Adobe Rush. Adobe Rush is optimized for the Galaxy Note 10 family and will work well with the S pen.
Note 10 Family productivity functions
Samsung has added and improved several functions for the workplace. Samsung Notes now converts handwriting to text. These texts can then be exported to other formats such as a Word document or PDF and divided in different ways. Users will also be able to resize and color their text. This application will be compatible with the S pen.
The Galaxy Note 10 family is also intended for those who work on multiple devices or in multiple locations. Samsung DeX for PC allows users to connect their Galaxy Note 10 device to PC or Mac via USB-C connection. Users can use their mobile applications with a mouse and keyboard, and drag and drop files between two connected devices. Users will also be able to connect the Note 10 to a Windows device. They will be able to receive notifications, receive messages and view recent photos on their Windows device.
The Galaxy Note 10 family will naturally be deeply integrated into the existing Galaxy ecosystem. Users will be able to use Samsung Health, Samsung Pay and Bixby. They will also use Samsung Knox, Samsung’s mobile security platform.
Price and availability of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+
The Galaxy Note 10 costs $ 949.99, while the Galaxy Note 10+ will cost $ 1,099.99. The devices will be available in Aura Glow, Aura White and Aura Black at most retailers, but the Aura Blue variant will only be available at Best Buy and Samsung.com. The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ launch on August 23rd. The Galaxy Note10 + 5G will only be available via Verizon Wireless on August 23, and will later be introduced with Spring and T-Mobile. There is currently no pricing information for this device. There is still no word on international availability for all three devices.
These devices are more expensive, but there are several offers that could help your wallet. Customers who pre-order the device between August 8 and 22 will receive a $ 150 credit from Samsung with the Galaxy Note 10+ or Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and Samsung at $ 100 with the Galaxy Note 10. There will also be various accessories bundles and shops. The Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G will be available for pre-order on August 8, and will be released on August 23.
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