The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is the top-end model in Samsung’s 2019 Note lineup. But it shares many similarities with the smaller, lower-priced Note 10.
Notable differences include:
- A larger 6.8-inch AMOLED+ display running at 3040-by-1080 pixels
- A larger 4300mAh battery with 45-watt fast charging
- 12GB of RAM instead of 8GB
- The 256GB or 512GB of internal storage with microSD support up to 1TB
- A 5G-compatible variant
- A time of flight (ToF) 3D depth sensor on the rear camera.
While the display is technically more detailed than that smaller Note 10 display, reviewers found little difference in day to day use. However, the higher resolution also means the expanded battery provides similar battery life to the Note 10.
Also, while the battery supports 45-watt fast charger, the phone only ships with a 25-watt charger. So plan to spend a little more to get the fastest charging available.
With 12GB of RAM, the phone is a multi-tasking monster but still not quite a necessity for most users.
Reviewers also found that while the ToF sensor helped with augmented reality apps and slightly quicker autofocus, the Note 10’s camera is no slouch either.
The real star here is the added microSD slot for cheap storage expansion.
Otherwise, the phones are identical. Many reviewers actually recommend the standard Note 10 over the Note 10+ for most users. For more on what to expect from Samsung’s latest release, be sure to check out our summary of the Samsung Note 10.
Prices (Where to Buy)
Samsung released the Galaxy Note10+ on August 23, 2019.
The Galaxy Note10+ price will vary depending on retailer, age, special offers and whether or not it's purchased with a service plan. If purchased with a 2 year service contract for example, you would likely pay much less for the phone itself up front. You can compare Samsung Galaxy Note10+ prices from around the web here on The Informr.
Samsung backs up the Galaxy Note10+ with a 1 Year parts & labour warranty.
If your Galaxy Note10+ has problems and is still within its warranty period, you could contact Samsung support or the retailer you purchased the phone from. You'll find Samsung's contact information here. If your phone is off warranty and needs repair for a physical problem such as a broken screen or bad battery, you should visit an authorized service centre or a local phone repair shop. You can also connect with others in The Informr Community Forum to find and share answers to questions.