Much awaited devices from Samsung are now officially released, as the company took the stage in a grand event to launch the devices. In the grand launch event, Samsung released the much-awaited Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus smartphones in the market. With high-end hardware, along with the stunning designs and huge shock to the enthusiasts, Samsung made these devices available to the media personnel. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is the successor of the other Note series devices, but the Note 10 Pro is the one that represents super-sized, high-power, high-on-accessories device made for power users.
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 10 device with just one variant, which is 8GB of RAM and 256GB one. Note 10 is priced at $949 in the United States. On the other hand, Galaxy Note 10 Plus is a different device with two variants for the power-hungry users. Note 10 Plus comes with 12GB RAM / 256GB storage option with the price tag of $1,099. While the storage is customizable up to 512 GB, the RAM will stay at 12GB with $100 more added to the price tag. Also, there is a 5G ready version of the device, which will come later this year, but the pre-orders will start on 23rd August. All of the devices and variants are available in the markets from 23rd August.
One big shock from Samsung to all of the fanboys is the exclusion of the headphone jack. With no headphone jack on the devices, many fanboys are disappointed. Although the company has provided the USB-C type headphones with the devices, the usability of 3.5mm audio jack is useful for most of the audio listening needs. Also, the company has not provided the USB-C dongles for other devices, which is being sold separately for $9.99.