Samsung Galaxy Note 10 phones are stunningly stylish. They represent the biggest change in design for the Galaxy Note series in the past few years, and the company for the first time in the history of this series is launching two new phones, which supports many advanced features.
If you decide to buy a new Samsung Galaxy Note 10, it depends on your budget. It has amazing specifications and features. For this reason, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which was launched last year, is a good phone, has high specifications and is cheaper.
Here’s comprehensive comparison between my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 9:
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 9 comes with a glass-covered design with Gorilla 6 glass and a metal frame. However, the Galaxy Note 10 is slimmer, with lower bezels at the top and bottom. The screen-to-body ratio is 90% while the Galaxy Note 9 is 83.4%.
Samsung has followed the trend and incorporated the front camera in the top middle of the screen in the Note 10. In the front, you will also find the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor built into the screen, while the Note 9 still supports the protrusion that houses the camera. Front.
On the back, you’ll find that the Galaxy Note 10 has a three-lens rear camera arranged vertically on the left side, while the Galaxy Note 9 has a dual-lens rear camera arranged horizontally as usual in the Note series, with a fingerprint sensor on the back.
The quality of the display is an area where Samsung constantly outperforms itself, where the Note 10 comes with a 6.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1080 × 2280 pixels, type Dynamic AMOLED, and density of 401 pixels per inch, which has excellent color accuracy.
The Note 9 comes with a 6.4-inch screen, 1440 x 2960 pixels, Super AMOLED and 516 pixels per inch, which could result in a sharper overall picture.
The Note 10 features HDR10 + support, an upgrade to the HDR10 feature supported by the Galaxy Note 9.
The Note 10 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor with 7nm technology at 2.8GHz, or the new Samsung Exynos 9825 processor with 7nm technology, both of which offer excellent performance, better energy efficiency, as well as improved AI features. And improved connectivity, and camera enhancements, from the previous generation – Snapdragon 845 from Qualcomm or Exynos 9810 from Samsung – found in the phone (Note 9).
The Note 10 is available with 8GB of RAM, while the Note 9 has two 6 or 8GB RAM options.
Note 10 has a triple-lens rear camera; basic: 12-megapixel camera, with variable aperture f / 1.5 / 2.4, supports optical stabilization and autofocus, and second: 16-megapixel camera with f / 2.2 wide-angle aperture 123 degrees Third, the TelePhoto 12-megapixel telephoto lens and f / 2.1 aperture.
The Galaxy Note 9 features a dual-lens rear camera: 12-megapixel camera with variable f / 1.5 / 2.4 aperture, and a 12-megapixel TelePhoto telephoto lens with f / 2.4 aperture, both of which support OIS. So the main difference is that the Galaxy Note 9 doesn’t have the 16-megapixel lens on the Galaxy Note 10.
For the front camera, the Note 10 features a single 10-megapixel camera with an f / 2.2 aperture and an 80-degree angle, while the Note 9 comes with an 8-megapixel camera with an f / 1.7 aperture.
Note 10 comes with a 3500 mAh battery, while the Note 9 comes with a 4000 mAh battery.
Although the battery capacity is obviously different, the most important features between the two phones are the speed and charging features. Note 10 supports the superfast charging feature called (Superfast), which provides hours of use versus charging for a few minutes via a 45-watt charger.
While both phones support wireless charging, the Note 10 supports Wireless PowerShare, which enables you to wirelessly charge other devices through the phone.