Few smartphones are quite as legendary and influential as the Galaxy Note line. Over the years since the original Note N7000, back in 2011, Note handsets have pushed many envelopes. Putting productivity and prosumer needs first is what helped the Galaxy Notes define the “phablet” category and bring new life to the stylus accessory. Naturally, a loyal fan-base followed, one that Samsung is particularly proud of and tends to flaunt at every new Note launch.
The Galaxy Note series has always been known for its uncompromising power, trademark stylus, and mammoth screen size. But picking up the Note 10 for the first time, the new compact design just feels right.
Eight or so years later the Galaxy Note family has an incredible weight on its shoulders and more than a few uphill battles to fight at the same time. So they’ve approached these challenges by delivering two distinct Note10 this year – the Galaxy Note10 and its Note10+ sibling.