Samsung Galaxy Note 10 seems like a genuinely massive upgrade, but an unnoticed piece of information implies that the very upgrade might actually be its most significant issue.
Just yesterday, an ET News’s report was broadly read because Samsung is making four Galaxy Note 10 models, and that was entirely unsuspected. The issue is precisely caused by the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the brand new budget Galaxy Note 10E will be debuting in both 4G and 5G versions.
What is the issue then? To acquire the top model, you’ll have to go big just because of the contrasting difference between the two versions.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 vs. Galaxy Note 10E
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be extended to a dreary 6.75 inches, which would be the most massive display ever put on a front runner device. The gadget will come with a quad camera array and a huge battery, whereas the other version, Galaxy Note 10E will be a more convenient 6.28 inches, but it restrains you to the Galaxy S10’s triple camera array and has a considerably smaller battery.
After some past similar mistakes on their part, Apple learned the lesson and is now massively promoting the quality of their devices’ cameras and the fact that no matter the size, their top models have the same optics. If you want first-class photography, you can have it on the smaller smartphone as well if you prefer your device in a small size.
Regardless of other companies’ costly past mistakes, Samsung has decided that if you want the best version that is, you are strained to buying a smartphone almost as big as its Galaxy Tab 7 tablet. The paradox is that Samsung used to offer equality when Apple gave to its Plus models a particular treatment and annoyed its customers. What a sad backward step to make, at a time like this! As splendid as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 looks, size still matters very much.
Dorothy has been a journalist for ten years and has been working with the Tech News Watch staff since the beginning of the news site. Her main contribution to Tech News Watch are mobile, IT and science news, with a focus on software updates and great outer space discoveries.