Samsung has released details of its newest smartphone, the Galaxy Note 10, which will be available in two sizes.
The standard-size Galaxy Note 10 comes with a 6.3-inch screen, which is only slightly larger than the company’s flagship Galaxy S10, which it released earlier in the year.
The larger-size Galaxy Note 10+ features a huge 6.8-inch display, and it will also come with a 5G-connectivity option.
Both models have Samsung’s Infinity-O design, meaning that the display covers the smartphone’s entire face and then curves around its edges. The display will have a small pin-hole centred at the top for the selfie camera, which will feature a single 10MP lens that is similar to the one in the Galaxy S10.
As with previous generations of this device, both the Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ come with an S-Pen stylus that pulls out from a small cavity in the bottom of the phone.
The Galaxy Note 10 features a rear camera with three lenses, while the camera in the Note 10+ has four lenses, including a 3D Depth Camera lens.
Both models feature several enhanced effects for videos. The 3D Scanner will permit users to scan an item and render it as a moveable 3D image, while the AR Doodle will allow users to add animations and dynamic drawings to an image.
The Note 10 comes with a 3,400mAh battery, while the Note 10+ features a larger 4,170mAh battery. The batteries in both models use super-fast charging technology, taking only 30 minutes to charge the battery for a full day’s use.
Some users will be disappointed to find that Samsung has removed the 3.5mm headphone jack from both models.
The new phones will be available in the UK on 23 August.