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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, one of the worst kept secrets in the smartphone world and the latest flagship phone from Samsung has been officially revealed today along with a standard Galaxy Note 10. As the name suggests, it will be a bigger phone with some more features compared to the standard version. To find out what those features are and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Cairo price, continue reading.
If that fat bezel on top of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 bothered you as well then here is good news for you, the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is here with a super impressive 91.0% screen-to-body ratio and a gigantic 6.8-inches display. People who are familiar with the design of the Note 9 will notice this change immediately and it’s definitely a welcome change. Just like the new Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+, the Note series has added punch-hole cutout camera on the front. However, it has been placed on the center instead of a corner which makes quite a difference visibly. It will be showing an impressive 3040 x 1440 pixels resolution, 19:9 aspect ratio and 498ppi of pixel density. There are some changes on the back as well as the fingerprint sensor has been placed under display. There are four cameras on the back if we count the TOF 3D VGA camera and the placement might remind you of the Huawei P30 Pro or Samsung Galaxy A50. As for the number of colors, it will be available in Aura Black, Aura Glow and Aura White after the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus release date Egypt.
There are some noteworthy changes in both hardware and software side of the camera. The rear camera now includes a 16-megapixel 12mm ultrawide sensor with f/2.2 aperture and is accompanied by a 12-megapixel 27mm wide with f/1.5-1.8-2.4 aperture and a 12-megapixel 52mm telephoto sensor with f/2.1 aperture. There is a new DepthVision camera which is exclusive to the Note 10 Plus and can help users get attractive bokeh effects and other effects as it can sense depth. There is another feature called AR Doodle that allows user to draw something on top of their video clips. It will be interesting to see how it competes with the OnePlus 7 Pro and Huawei Mate 20 Pro after the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 release date Egypt. The videos captured with the Galaxy Note 10 will be steadier thanks to the improved steady shot feature. As for the selfie camera, it’s a 10-megapixel 26mm wide camera which is slightly disappointing if you want to capture more areas like some of the new action cameras.
One of the major differences between the standard version and the Note 10 Plus is the bigger battery. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus gets the bigger 4300mAh battery and also support for 45W fast battery charging. However, the 45W wired charger won’t be included in the box. According to Samsung, a 30 minutes charge should be enough to last an entire day. Another major difference compared to the standard Galaxy Note 10 is the addition of more RAM: 12GB of RAM. It will be accompanied by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 7nm processor or Exynos 9825 7nm processor depending on the version you choose. Users can also pick the 512GB built-in storage version which is not an option if you get the standard one. However, it will also raise the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Cairo price which is already expensive. The S Pen also received some new features like swiping left and right just by hovering over the phone with the S Pen like a wand. Some of the other noteworthy features are: IP68 rating, Android 9.0 Pie OS, stereo speakers, Bluetooth 5.0, USB 3.1, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector and reverse wireless charging.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus will be available for about 1099USD. As for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus release date Egypt, it’s already available for preorder and will be released on August 23, 2019.
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Although it will be a while before we see the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series in the flesh, we have already learned quite a lot about this upcoming phone thanks to some leaks and rumors. We have already learned that it won’t be called the Galaxy Note 10 Pro and will be called the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. To find out more about the major features to look forward to and the possible Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Cairo price, continue reading.
When we saw the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus for the first time, we were quite surprised to see how high the screen-to-body ratio was, 88.3%. However, it looks like Samsung will be one-upping themselves by going for an even thinner and more sleek bezels. While it does sound impossible, the leaked pictures are telling a different story and looks really attractive. There were rumors about the phone to have a different name but this new leaked picture cleared that rumor as well. The upper part of the front side might remind you of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 which didn’t have a whole lot of bezel at the top of the screen. While it’s too early to talk more about the design from a leaked picture, we are hoping to see some more leaked pictures before the official Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus release date Egypt.
Another major change when it comes to the design of the Samsung Galaxy Note series is the front camera placement. While the Galaxy S10 series showed up with a punch hole camera on one corner of the screen, the new Galaxy Note series will include only one front camera. Moreover, it will be placed on the center of the phone. It will be interesting to see how this single front camera setup will compete with the dual camera setup that we are familiar with. We will have to wait for the official Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus release date Egypt to find out the quality of this new camera. It will be a notable change for the Galaxy Note series as the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 didn't have a punch-hole camera setup on the front.
This probably shouldn’t come as a surprise as we have already seen the Galaxy S series to have an under-display fingerprint sensor. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus will have a similar fingerprint sensor setup but we will have to wait for the official announcement to find out if it’s an improved version or not. While it can take some time to get used to the under-display fingerprint sensor, we didn’t hear any major complain so we can definitely hope for a good fingerprint sensor if not better.
After the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 disaster, it has been a while since we saw any flagship phone from Samsung with a big battery. Now that we have a 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 phone with a giant 4500mAh battery and 25W fast battery charging, there are rumors that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus will also have a similar battery. It will be also packing the same processor which can be found in the latest Samsung Galaxy S series phones, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820. Some of the other noteworthy rumors are: 45W fast charging support, UFS 3.0 storage and 12GB of RAM. There will be three cameras on the back but that’s all we have learned about the camera setup. The standard version won’t have all the features like the Pro version which means the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Cairo price can be expected to be higher than the standard Galaxy Note 10.
Everything we have learned about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is just based on leaks and rumors and that also includes the price which means it will be a good idea to take everything with a grain of salt. From what we have learned so far, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus will be possibly around EGP 19800 to 1200 if not more. As for the release date, there are some rumors suggesting that it should be here sometimes around August 21, 2019.
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