Samsung’s latest offering has now officially been launched in India. The 9th generation of the Note series, Note 10 and Note 10 Plus was unveiled in an event at Bengaluru. The phone was up for pre-order since August 8, when the phone was launched in Brooklyn. The pre-orders have also been revised.
Referred to as the world’s most powerful smartphone quite often during the launch, the phone boasts some major hardware specifications. The Indian variant will be powered by the newly launched 7nm Exynos 9825 and a minimum 256GB storage. The two different phones have some features. The regular Note 10 has a 6.3 inches CinematicDynamic AMOLED display but it’s been capped to full-HD+ resolution. It comes with an 8GB RAM. There’s no micro SD card expansion here. It’s also missing the fourth ToF 3D camera the Note 10 Plus has. Note 10 packs a 3500 mAh battery which supports 25W charging.
The Note 10 Plus has a 6.8 inches CinematicDynamic AMOLED QuadHD+ display. It comes with a whopping 12GB RAM with up to 1TB micro SD card expansion. Both the phones lack a headphone jack but Samsung does supply a USB Type-C earphones. The Plus model also It packs a 4300 mAh battery which supports 45W charging which needs to be purchased separately. Such insane speeds are a super upgrade over the archaic 15W charger that Samsung has been supplying the box for half a decade.
As for the Pricing, the regular Note 10 costs ₹69,999 for the 256GB model, which is the only option. Note 10 Plus will be available for ₹79,999 for the 256GB model and ₹89,999 for the 512GB model. The pre-booking offers include the Galaxy Watch Active that can be purchased for just ₹9,999. The revised pre-booking offer has been revised and Samsung is now offering the Galaxy Buds for just ₹4,999. HDFC customers can also avail Rs. 6,000 cashback via Bank credit cards.