I have been using the GalaxyS10 Plus ($1,000 at Walmart) daily since Samsung launched the cellphone four months ago as one of its flagship models for 2019. Despite the threat of being overshadowed by the foldable Galaxy Fold and the faster Galaxy S10 5G (and being knocked out from under by the worth-purchase Galaxy S10E), the Galaxy S10 Plus has held on as one of the top Android phones of the year. Soon, the S10 Plus’ best virtues — its sharp screen, three top-notch cameras, and all-day battery life — will face one other problem from within Samsung’s ranks, the upcoming Galaxy Note 10, which is all however confirmed to launch Aug. 7 in New York.
All the things that are great concerning the Galaxy S10 Plus is ready to get even better in the Word 10, also if you’re not drawn to the Note’s S Pen stylus, the digital pen that’s the Galaxy Note’s signature characteristic, from the S10 Plus’ battery life and digicam prowess, to the chance that Note 10 will be suitable with 5G data networks. For example, Note 10’s rumored 4,300mAh battery might dominate the S10 Plus’ already impressive 4,100mAh juice box.
Samsung likes to construct on its strengths, so the Galaxy Note 10 would also include the S10 Plus’ improbable display clarity and options like wi-fi power-sharing, which helps you to charge different devices from the phone itself.