The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus are finally on the market. It is sold for $ 949 and $ 1,100, respectively. ( Samsung )
Samsung has just launched its latest Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Plus premium smartphones with both currently available online and in stores in the United States.
Both newcomers are part of the brand's flagship Note line, but have received mixed reviews in recent weeks. Now that it is on the market and consumers are attracted by its extraordinary structure and the promise of high-level services, the question remains: is it worth buying the new note?
Note 10: smaller, more compact
While the Note 10 is still on the smartphone side, Samsung has decided to reduce its size to 6.3 inches from the 6.4-inch screen of the latest generation. It's a rare step backwards for the company, but it's a smart move to make the smartphone less intimidating and more appealing to Note users the first time they jump from smaller devices.
Lighter and thinner than its predecessor, the Note 10 also has a full-screen display that is much more aesthetically pleasing. The narrowing of the Note 10 has allowed Samsung to lower its price to $ 949 in the US, which is a small but significant drop compared to the $ 1,000 last year.
Note 10 Plus: a perfect power plant & # 39;
Defined by some technological experts as the "almost perfect" smartphone, the Note 10 Plus certainly uses its super-surprising 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED screen. Fans will find that using the ultra powerful Note 10 Plus for any activity will produce smooth, fast performance without delay or trouble.
Vibrant, incredibly fast and equipped with a triple lens shooter, the smartphone is an industry leader in terms of design and performance. Note 10 Plus is widely recognized as the best big phone on the market with very little competition in this regard. Even its minor flaws like the lack of a headphone jack and a not-so-perfect camera are not a problem for most users.
The Note 10 Plus is sold for as much as $ 1,100.
Is it worth the upgrade?
Ultimately, it depends on the phone a consumer currently has. While the Note 10 and especially the Note 10 Plus are both excellent smartphones as close as possible to perfection, it is not revolutionary enough to be a must-buy as an upgrade from last year's model.
As noted by Tech Crunch, the pace of innovation in smartphones has slowed, especially in the more premium flagship lines. Furthermore, because the quality of high-end models is so good, people cling to them longer and find less need to replace them.
However, even those who could afford the high price of Samsung's newcomers will not be wrong.
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