Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or Note 10, which is better?

Samsung finally unveils the new flagship Note device, the Galaxy Note 10 during the worldwide “Unpacked Event.” By the looks of it, the smartphone has a robust specification, and it offers a sleek and beautiful design. The new Galaxy Note 10 features an entirely curved dual-edged display with a punch-hole camera. The South Korea technology conglomerate says that the device has an infinity-O display as it features a top-center cutout.

The Note 10 features the company’s new flagship processor, Exynos 9825 SoC. Additionally, Samsung gave the attendees a glimpse at the processor just before unveiling the cutting-edge Note 10. A massive 3,500 mAh battery backs up the smartphone. The front-facing camera of the phone features a 10-MP sensor for clicking robust selfies. 

Moreover, the phone comes with a tri-camera setup alongside a 12-MP wide-angle primary sensor. The most innovative part of Note 10’s camera is that the primary aperture varies according to the scenario from f/1.5 to f/2.4. The two other camera sensors are 16-MP ultra-wide lens with f/2.2 aperture and a 12-MP telephoto lens with f/2.1 aperture, & also an OIS.

Galaxy Note 10 is a massive improvement from Note 9

When it comes to the design between Galaxy Note 10 and 9, Note 10 has the upper hand on its predecessor. Note 10 has better camera placement, screen curve, among others. On the other hand, the Note 10 also offers more display than its predecessor.

The new Note device, the Note 10 comes with two display variants 6.3-inch and 6.8-inch, whereas the Note 9 has a single 6.4-inch option. In terms of resolution, Note 9 has a similar resolution to that of the Note 10, i.e., 2280 x 1080. The flagship of the past Note 9 has a dual-camera setup, which is a little downgrade from Note 10’s triple camera setup.

Long story short, Note 10 is the true successor of the previous year’s flagship, Galaxy Note 9, in turn, it is a better smartphone as well.

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