Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy S10 series are two of its 2019 flagship devices designed to offer more power and productivity to users. Here in this Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy S10 comparison, we will see how these devices are different from each other.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy S10: Price
The Galaxy Note 10 will be available in 8GB RAM + 256GB variant at Rs 69,999. The OnePlus 7 Pro is priced at Rs 48,999 for the 6GB/128GB storage version, the 8GB/256GB variant costs Rs 52,999 and the 12GB/256GB storage variant costs Rs 57,999.
The Galaxy S10 is available in 128GB and 256GB variants costing Rs 66,900 and Rs 84,900, respectively. The S10 is available in Prism Black, Prism White, and Prism Blue colors.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy S10: Design and display
The Galaxy Note 10 comes with a 6.3-inch Cinematic Infinity Display which is nearly bezel-less. The Galaxy Note 10 features Dynamic AMOLED display and is HDR10+ certificated and supports Dynamic Tone Mapping, wherein photos and videos look a lot brighter than the previous Note devices.
The Galaxy Note 10 comes with a re-designed, unibody S Pen that allows users to jot down notes, instantly convert their handwriting to digital text in Samsung Notes, and export it to a variety of different formats, including Microsoft Word. You can also customize notes by shrinking, enlarging, or changing the color of the text. The S-Pen also supports Air Actions as seen in the Galaxy Note 9.
The Galaxy S10 features a 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED display. The smartphone supports HDR10+ content and is a TÜV Rheinland-certified Eye Comfort display which helps protect your eyes without compromising picture quality.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy S10: Processor and features
The Galaxy Note 10 comes with extended Samsung DeX’s capabilities that make it easy for users to work between their phone and a PC or Mac. Just with a simple USB connection, users can drag and drop files between devices, and use their favorite mobile apps with a mouse and a keyboard, while keeping their data secure on their phone through Samsung Knox. The Galaxy Note 10 also incorporates AR and 3D capabilities into the camera. With the AR Doodle, users can use the S Pen to personalize photos with dynamic drawings, effects, and animations that track to the image.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is armed with Exynos 9820 octa-core processor paired up with 8GB of RAM. The smartphone has a 3,400mAh.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy S10: Camera
The Galaxy Note 10 comes with a triple rear camera — an ultra-wide 16MP F2.2 (123°) sensor, a wide-angle 12MP 2PD AF F1.5/F2.4 OIS (77°) sensor, and a 12MP F2.1 OIS (45°) telephoto lens. There is a 10MP 2PD AF F2.2 (80°) sensor at the front.
The Galaxy S10 sports a triple camera setup at the back consisting of a 12MP primary sensor and a dual-aperture lens that intelligently varies between an f/1.5 and f/2.4 aperture. Additionally, there is a 12MP 2x telephoto lens, with an f/2.4 lens. There is also an ultra-wide-angle 16MP lens and a 123-degree Field of View (FoV). The S10’s front camera supports UHD video so you can capture high-quality content and record 4K UHD selfie videos.