Samsung revealed the new Galaxy Note 10 in a recent event this August. The new device will have two new variants, a first for the product line, and improved features. The company is also betting that this device also does well commercially to help in introducing the upcoming devices this year.
In the recent Samsung Unpacked event this August, the South Korean tech giant introduced the Galaxy Note 10. The new device follows the Galaxy Note 9 which has been around for almost a year since its release onÂ Aug.Â 24, 2018. The company posted the details on their official site for those who couldn’t watch the event.
The new Galaxy Note 10 features some hardware improvements with its 30 fast charging which allows the device to last for a day. The Note 10 is also equipped with the Wireless Recharge feature which allows the tablet to charge other Qi-enabled device such as Galaxy Watches and Galaxy Buds. The device also has the latest 5G network which is the best technology for mobile data at the moment. Lastly, the Galaxy Note 10â€™s specs are also built for gaming which allow the device to handle apps which need high device processing power.
The deviceâ€™s camera for the Note 10 generation. Overall, Samsung has added technology which improves both video and image taking as the device is given multiple camera modes. The device also has its own video editor which allows the device to edit on the go and also works with the S Pen.
The Note 10 also has a screen recorder which allows the device to record some high quality footage on whatâ€™s happening on t he deviceâ€™s screen. This feature is helpful for users who do tutorials and record themselves using their apps.
Lastly, the device is offered with a Bluetooth S-Pen and in two different sizes. The S-Pen is a stylus pen for the device which allows the users to use it as a mouse and is even compatible with some apps. The Note 10 will also have a regular 6.3-inch display and the Note 10+ will have a larger 6.8-inch screen.
The company needs to recover from the lukewarm sales of the S10 smartphone and the fiasco with the Galaxy Fold which would be released by September. We can only wait on what Samsung will do next after the Note 10.