Samsung debuts a pair of Note 10 phones and a new notebook
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Samsung debuted a pair of Note10 phones at the company's event in Brooklyn.
Both the Note10 and Note10+ feature edge to edge screens with a front-facing ten megapixel sort of cycloptic camera.
New button configurations and a newly designed S10 stylus.
What's not in the new Note 10 is a headphone jack, though a pair of USBC headphones will come in the box.
Both devices are powered by a Snapdragon 855 chip and will feature WiFi six.
What separates the phones are of course their sizes and a number of features.
The smaller entry level Note 10 will sport 6.3 inch screen, come in three colors and only one storage configuration, 256 gigabytes.
It also doesn't offer an SD card slot.
The note 10 will go for $949.
The note 10 plus on the other hand, feature a special AR lens.
Lens on the back so that users can take advantage of AR Doodle, which lets you pin drawings on a video subject in real time.
The Note 10 Plus will offer expandable SD storage and come in two configurations, the 256 and 512 gigabyte version.
It will be offered in four colors Will start at 1099.
A 5G version of the note 10 plus will come out down the road starting at $1300 and will be available exclusively through Verizon to start.
If you want to preorder a note 10 or note 10 Plus you can do so on August 8. Check it out when it goes on sale August 23rd.
And finally, Samsung revealed a superlight notebook, the Galaxy Book S. Available in two colors, the LTE capable laptop features a 13 inch touch screen and 23 hour battery.
It'll start at 999 when it's available some time in September.
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