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What to buy: Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus, Note 10 Plus 5G? Differences

What to buy: Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus, Note 10 Plus 5G? Differences

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The Galaxy Note 10 Plus (left) and Galaxy Note 10 (right) share the same design, but in sizes 6.8 and 6.3 inches.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and the Galaxy Note 10 5G share the same design and specifications, but they have some small differences between them that, at first glance, could be ignored but that could make one of them better for you.

First, it is necessary to make clear that the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G is practically the same Note 10 Plus, and its only differences are its price (US $ 1,299 vs. US $ 1,099), its weight (198 grams vs. 196 grams) and the fact that offers compatibility with 5G networks; that is all. So all the differences that Note 10 Plus has with Note 10, so does Note 10 Plus 5G with Note 10.


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Galaxy Note 10 vs. Note 10 Plus What to buy?

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It is worth bearing in mind that there will also be a 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10, but it will only be sold in South Korea at least initially, so we will not consider it in this comparison.

The Galaxy Note 10 Plus differs from the Note 10 by its 6.8-inch screen with a QHD + resolution (2K) instead of a 6.3-inch one with Full HD + resolution.

In addition, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus has a larger battery (4,300mAh vs. 3,500mAh) and is available not only in a version with 256GB of storage, but also in a 512GB one.

That said, the Galaxy Note 10 does not have a microSD slot just like the Note 10 Plus does and it has 8GB of RAM instead of 12GB of RAM.


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Galaxy Note 10 Plus: Ms screen, cameras and battery

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Something to keep in mind: theoretically, since the screen is smaller and the screen resolution is lower, the Galaxy Note 10's battery consumption must be lower than the Note 10 Plus. So the difference in the capacity of the battery may not represent as much difference as you would imagine, although as Samsung places its honeycombs in Full HD + by default (at least in the last generations) maybe the Note 10 Plus if it could have a longer battery life.