What sets the Note line apart from the rest is the S Pen, and it will win news. Thanks to the new air gestures it will support, Samsung is comparing it to a magic wand that will empower its user. It is not yet clear which gestures will be supported, but it can be assumed that you will be able to perform tasks on the smartphone without touching it. The smart pen will retain the ability to take pictures of it.
A new feature arrives on the battery to optimize its recharge capacity. The models arrive with a capacity of 3,400mAh and 4,300mAh, respectively on the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, and will use artificial intelligence to understand where the user lives to improve charging conditions.
Also new is the ability to record videos from your camera. Like the Galaxy S10 line, you will be able to shoot videos using portrait mode. The new feature is the three microphones to capture the sound that is in the recording field of view.
Not surprisingly, Samsung's new flagships will come with two processor options: Snapdragon 855 or Samsung Exynos 9825, depending on the markets where they are sold. The smaller variant, the Galaxy Note 10, will have a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED 1080p display, while its older brother will have a 6.8-inch display at 1440p. RAM differences too: 8 GB in the first model and 12 GB in the second.