Marking almost a decade of the Galaxy Note series’ existence, Samsung recently has unveiled the new Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ to the world at the recent Galaxy Unpacked event in New York. Both phones are already on their way here which made Malaysia as one of the first markets to receive the new Galaxy Note10 series globally.
Being flagship devices, the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ have been designed to deliver a high level of performance to ensure that consumers are able to perform their tasks on these devices without any issue. This was done through several means and let’s start with their core brain: the Samsung Exynos 9825 processor.
As the industry’s first chip to be built using 7nm EUV processing technology, the Exynos 9825 octa-core processor is said to carry excellent performance not only for daily tasks but also for gaming as well as content consumption and creation. The chip’s Neural Processing Unit and Image Signal Processor also helps Galaxy Note 10 series deliver enhanced photography experience.
Not only that, the Galaxy Note10 series is also blessed with plenty of memory. Even for the standard Galaxy Note10 model, it already comes with 8GB of RAM while the Galaxy Note10+ pushed it further to 12GB which is much higher than even some laptops out there.
At the same time, there is also plenty of storage space on Galaxy Note10 for everyone since it has 256GB internal storage as standard. The same option is also available with Galaxy Note10+ and if you need even more space, you can always opt for the 512GB model which can be extended even further with up to 1TB microSD card.
Not to forget, the Galaxy Note10 series also offers all-day battery life capability thanks to its high battery capacity of up to 4300mAh. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note10+ also comes with additional ability to support 45W wired charging which allows it to obtain all-day battery life with just 30 minutes of charging time.
Last but not least, Samsung has also retained the Wireless PowerShare feature from the Galaxy S10 series to Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+. If you carry around Qi-based wearables such as Galaxy Watch Active and Galaxy Buds, then you would never need to worry when they are out of battery as Galaxy Note10 series devices can help replenish their batteries using this feature.
Regardless of whether you are part of the corporate world, creative community, gaming enthusiasts, or entertainment aficionados, Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ are more than ready to meet your demands. Priced from RM 3699, the new Galaxy Note10 series is now available for pre-order ahead of its public release in Malaysia later this month.
For more information, please visit: https://www.samsung.com/my/smartphones/galaxy-note10/.
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