- At its 2019 Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy Note10, which now comes in two sizes.
- The company also showed off the Galaxy Book S – a Windows 10 laptop that will be available starting in September.
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Today at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, Samsung unveiled its newest phone – the Galaxy Note 10. For the first time, the phone is being offered in two sizes.
Samsung says they have made the selfie camera smaller – it’s now a tiny cutout at the top of the screen, while a fingerprint sensor resides beneath the glass, for easy unlocking.
Of course, since it’s a Note, the phone also comes with an S Pen. Also coming to the S Pen? An accelerometer. There are three lenses on the back of the Note10, along with some cool new camera features.
One of the coolest features Samsung showed off? 3D scanning! The Note10 comes with 256 gigs of storage, and the Plus will also be available in a 512 gigabyte model.
The phone has a vapour chamber to cool the phone during intense gaming, support for fast wireless charging 2.0, super fast wired charging, and powered share – so you can charge other devices with your phone’s battery.
There are 5 G editions of both phones, to take advantage of those super-fast speeds.
Samsung has also added some new features to its DeX software, which enables the phone to be used on your computer.
The Galaxy Note10 will start at $US949, while the Note10+ starts at $US1,099. Samsung also showed off features of its new Galaxy Watch Active 2.
Another device Samsung showed off? The new Tab S6 tablet. Samsung surprised the audience with the Galaxy Book S – a Windows 10 laptop.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella also made an appearance at the event. Both companies are teaming up to create a more unified experience across their devices SOT or two of Satya.
Samsung closed out the event by emphasising its commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. And they will now have an app on Galaxy devices to offer users a way to support causes they care about.