In August, Samsung launched in China, its most awaited 5G phones, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. The prices for the smartphones at the time of launch were obviously higher owing to the jam-packed latest specifications.
The 8GB+ 256 GB variant of the Samsung Note 10 is priced at 6599 yuan and the 12Gb+ 256 GB version of the Galaxy Note10+ is priced at 7999 yuan. Samsung’s popularity has yet again resulted in the sales of these two new smartphones to skyrocket.
Reportedly, in the Sichuan and Chongqing region of China, the sales of the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ have exceeded 600 units. If we are to make an estimate of the total sales, the turnover reaches nearly 4 million yuan in just the Sichuan and Chongqing regions. Needless to say, this turnover amounts to a huge revenue on Samsung’s part.
Both the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ feature HDR10+ and dynamic tone mapping, and the front camera features on top of the screen. However, the screen sizes of these smartphones vary from each other.
Whereas the Galaxy Note10 features a 6.3-inch dynamic AMOLED display, the Galaxy Note 10+ features a 6.8-inch display screen. The camera setup consists of a 12 million pixels main camera, 12 MP telephoto camera, and a 13 MP super-wide-angle camera.
The Galaxy Note10+ features a 3D ToF sensor. Both the smartphones have a selfie camera of 10 MP. The storage space of the Note10+ can be extended up to 1TB.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10+ and the Galaxy Note10 runs on the Opteron 855 processor. Samsung Galaxy Note10+ has a 4300mAh battery with 45W ultra-fast charging, whereas the Note10 has a 3500mAh battery and supports 25W fast charge.
Furthermore, both the smartphones come with an S-Pen which supports dangling gesture feature. The gesture feature allows the user to control some of the phone’s functions by gestures.