The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are both premium devices that do much more than your average smartphone. To help you make a final decision on which one to buy, here are some of the major differences.
Dimensions & screen
Let’s start with the physical dimensions: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 measures up at 151 x 71.8 x 7.9mm and weighs 168 grams. The Note 10+, unsurprisingly, is bigger: 162.3 x 77.2 x 7.9mm and 196 grams. The Note 10 comes with a 6.3-inch display while the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ offers a 6.8-inch screen; both are Super AMOLED panels and support HDR10+. The Note 10 has Full HD+ resolution with pixel density of 401ppi, and the Note 10+ boasts Quad HD+ resolution with pixel density of 498ppi.
The internal workings reveal differences too: The Note 10 has 8 GB of RAM on board with 256 GB of storage and no microSD support. The Note 10+ has 12 GB of RAM and is available in 256 GB or 512 GB options, both with microSD support. The Note 10 has 3500 mAh battery capacity, compared to 4300 mAh for the 10+.
Finally, to the all-important cameras! Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ have a vertical triple rear camera system: 12-megapixel camera with Dual Aperture and OIS, ultra-wide 16-megapixel camera, and a telephoto 12-megapixel camera. However, the Note 10+ has a Time of Flight sensor on the rear, which Samsung calls a DepthVision Camera.
As you’ve seen, most of the differences are based on the respective sizes of the devices. However, no matter what you choose, be it the Note 10 or the Note 10+, you’ll be more than happy as both devices are high-quality smartphones.