Screen, camera and battery: how does the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 differ from Note 10+

August 7 is approaching - the day when Samsung will present its new Galaxy Note 10 phablets. It is already known that two will debut

the models are Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, but only now the sources explained in detail how they would differ.

What is the difference

First of all, the screens will be different: the Galaxy Note 10 is a 6.3-inch display with Full HD resolution, the Note 10+ has a 6.8-inch QHD + display (1440p).

Both will have the same processor -Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9825, depending on the region of sales. The amount of internal memory is also identical - 256 GB, but the memory of each is “dumped” differently: 8 GB for the usual “dozens” and 12 GB for Note 10+.

A similar story with the main camera: three main sensors for 12, 12 and 16 megapixels, as well as an additional 3D ToF camera for Note 10+.

In addition, the Galaxy Note 10 will receive a battery3500 mAh capacity and support for fast charging power of 25 W, and Galaxy Note 10+ - a battery capacity of 4300 mAh and fast charging power of 45 watts. As a result, the weight of devices will also change: 168 g for the younger version and 198 g for the older one.

The stylus will be the same for both models. But the colors are different: red, white and black in Note 10 and black, white and Crystal gradient in Note 10+.