The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are two of the most anticipated Samsung models of 2019. Recently, Samsung unveiled the specs for both devices, and we now can tell how much the device is going to cost in Nigeria. Check out the specs and price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 right now!
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1. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 specs
The Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ are certainly groundbreaking devices in many regards, but what exactly can the two new Samsung models offer to the buyers? Here is what you can look forward to.
1. Design and display
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is classified as a phablet, which is why the display size should not be surprising to you. The Note 10 comes with a 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, while the Note 10+ is equipped with an even larger 6.8-inch display.
Instead of the typical Samsung notch on top of the screen, you will also find a camera opening. The screen-to-body ratio is stunning, as is the display resolution, which is 1080x2280p and 1440x3040p respectively. These display specs promise a memorable viewing experience in any situation.
The body design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is waterproof and dustproof. Like many other phones from the Note series, the Note 10 and 10+ come with a special S-Pen stylus for easy note taking, photo editing, and presentation management. The Corning Gorilla Glass v5 ensures an extra level of protection for your new phone’s display.
Performance is always a strong suit of Samsung smartphones, and the Galaxy Note 10 is no exception. This device is powered by an octa-core 2.7GHz processor. It is paired to 8GB of RAM in the Note 10 and a whopping 12GB of RAM in the Note 10+.
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The Galaxy Note 10 comes with 128GB of non-expandable storage, while the Galaxy Note 10+ has 256GB of storage on board with an opportunity to expand it with a microSD card. In terms of software, both devices run Android 9.0 Pie with Samsung’s proprietary One UI that is tailored specifically for Samsung users.
3. Camera and battery
Samsung is always on the forefront of the latest camera technology, so users were understandably expecting a lot from the Galaxy Note 10 cameras. It’s safe to say that they new devices did not disappoint. On the back, you will find a triple camera setup with 12MP+12MP+16MP cameras, each with its specific purpose for beautiful smartphone photography. The front camera has a 10MP sensor and is able to shoot gorgeous selfies under any lighting.
The battery capacity of the new Samsung devices isn’t the biggest one we’ve seen this year, but it’s perfectly adequate for these phones. The Galaxy Note 10 has a 3,500mAh battery and the Note 10+ is powered by a 4,300mAh battery. Both phones have fast charging and support wireless charging.
2. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 price in Nigeria
Given the Samsung Galaxy Note 10’s outstanding specs, you wouldn’t expect these new phones to fall into the budget category. The Galaxy Note 10 will cost around ₦355,000, while the Note 10+ version will retail for about ₦460,000. Both phones come out in late August and should be available in Nigeria some time in early autumn.
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