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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs. Galaxy Note 9: What are the differences?

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs. Galaxy Note 9: What are the differences?

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The Galaxy Note 10 (left) and the Galaxy Note 9 (right).

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Samsung's flagship phones continue to evolve and with this the Galaxy Note 10 brings some important changes in front of the Galaxy Note 9.

For example, the Galaxy Note 10 is available in two sizes, one 6.3 inches in the Galaxy Note 10, and 6.8 inches in theGalaxy Note 10 Plus. The Galaxy Note 9 has a 6.4-inch screen.

The bezels are much smaller in the Galaxy Note 10 than in the Note 9.

By having thinner bezels, the iris scanner was removed from the Galaxy Note 10, the headset is now located at the top edge and the front camera is integrated through a hole in the screen.

The Galaxy Note 10 does not have a headphone jack and the microSD slot is available only in the larger version, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

Although the Galaxy Note 10 can be charged wirelessly in the same way as the Note 9, the Note 10 can also charge other devices in the same way and instead of offering a 7.5 watt load they can be charged at 12 watts in the case of Note 10 and 15 watts in the case of Note 10 Plus.

Even fast cable charging also evolved so that the Galaxy Note 10 can be charged at 25 watts with the adapter included in the box and at 45 watts in the case of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus if you buy the indicated adapter. The Galaxy Note 9 has a fast charge of only 15 watts.

A simple change, but one that is notable is that the ignition button is no longer located on the right side edge but on the left side edge.


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In addition, the dedicated Bixby button was removed to integrate the function into the power button (when you press and hold it).

Also, the fingerprint reader is no longer at the back, but is located directly on the screen. Although this is more modern, it also makes it impossible to detect the exact positioning of the reader, which hurts the experience a bit.

The Galaxy Note 9 has two rear cameras, a regular 12 megapixel camera and a 12 megapixel telephoto camera. For their part, the Galaxy Note 10 has three main cameras, a regular 12 megapixel camera, a 12 megapixel telephoto camera and a 16 megapixel wide angle.