During today’s Galaxy Unpacked 2019 live stream, Samsung’s CEO took to the stage to reveal the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+, a giant-sized version of their latest flagship phone.
Starting at a whopping $1,099, the Note 10+ packs an outstanding 256GB of storage and 12GB of RAM. The Note 10+ rocks a beautiful and vibrant 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen with a resolution of 3,040 x 1,440. If you’ve been looking for a phone that also doubles as a tablet, then the Note+ could be exactly what you’re looking for. The Note 10+ will also come in a 512GB storage option for just $1,199, for those looking for more storage in their lives.
As far as battery life goes, the Note 10+ will include a massive 4,500mAh battery, alongside Qualcomm’s X55 modem with support for 5G networks. Something to keep in mind here, though, is that the 5G model will only be available on Verizon for now, though AT&T is slated to offer the 5G variation by the end of the year.
The Note 10+ will also ship with the new Bluetooth LE-enabled S-Pen, which offers new functionality like gesture actions, as well as the ability to transform handwriting into typed text, which should make sharing notes with your friends, coworkers, or boss that much easier. Users will also find a slew of new features in the phone’s camera capabilities, including updates to Live Focus Video, a new Zoom-in mic feature that lets you focus on specific sounds in your recording and more.
The Note 10+ and Note 10 are currently set to become available for preorders on August 8 at 12:01 AM EDT, and you can head over to the official Samsung website right now to make sure you don’t miss out.