Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are up for pre-order and both superphones will hit retail shelves on August 23 in India. The Note 10 and Note 10+ may seem like identical devices, but when you look closer there are a few differences between the two flagship smartphones. But a big question is how do they compare and which phone is perfect for you.
So to help you make a fair decision when the phones start selling in India, here are nine things that make the Note 10 different from the Note 10+.
Galaxy Note 10 vs Galaxy Note 10+: Expandable storage
As for storage, the Note 10 comes with 256GB of onboard storage, and the Note 10+ comes with either 256 GB or 512 GB of storage. Where the two phones differ is the ability to expand the internal storage. The smaller Note 10 doesn’t offer a microSD card slot, the Note 10+ does.Like iPhones, the Note 10 gets non-expandable 256GB storage (on my iPhone XR which also has 256GB of fixed storage, I still have over 232GB of free space left). I don’t think the lack of a microSD card slot would make the Note 10 less superior than the Note 10+.