If you prize refined design and big displays, then Samsung has lots to offer. Two of its best, similarly priced phones would be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus and the Galaxy S10 Plus, but how do you pick between them? That’s where we come, with this spec comparison which will explain exactly what each telephone offerings and highlight the areas in which they disagree. If you are prepared to step around 5G, then check out our comparison of Samsung’s 5G handsets.

Both telephones utilize the strong Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, which offers fast, smooth performance. The Notice 10 Plus comes with 12GB of RAM, irrespective of whether you choose the 256GB or 512GB model. The 128GB and 512GB versions of this S10 Plus contend with 8GB of RAM, but the 1TB version jumps to 12GB of RAM. You are going to have to be a monster multitasker to feel the gap.

The Note 10 Plus has a border in battery capacity with a 4,300mAh battery, but it also has a bigger screen to power, which consumes that 200mAh advantage. The determining factor here is your charging because the Note 10 Plus comes with a 25-watt charger, but can be charged at up to 45W if you buy the ideal kit individually — that means it can be billed up a whole lot faster than the S10 Plus, that can be stuck at 15W. Both have wireless charging service and may charge other devices, such as Galaxy Buds, by putting them on the rear of the phone.

Winner: Samsung Galaxy Notice 10 Plus

Samsung’s refined design is really a sight to behold, and both these smartphones are among the best-looking around. The glass front and rear curve into a metal frame, but the Note 10 Plus is somewhat more blocky, while the S10 Plus has more rounded corners. On the back, the S10 Plus includes a horizontally arranged camera package, whereas the Note 10 Plus includes vertically stacked lenses counter to the left. Both are available in a range of colors, but the eye-catching aura glow version of the Note really stands out. Around the front, the Note has a single hole-punch camera at the top center of the screen, while the S10 Plus includes a dual-lens front-facing camera counter to the right.

Both are delicate, so cases are advisable. Water is nothing to worry about, though, since they boast IP68 evaluations, which means that they can survive submersion unscathed.

The S10 Plus is lighter, smaller, and a lot easier to manage; the Note 10 Plus is enormous. The S10 Plus also includes a headset port and a Bixby button, both of which are absent in the Note.

You’ll delight in a vibrant, bright Dynamic AMOLED display, no matter which of those phones you choose. Since the Note 10 Plus has a 6.8-inch screen along with the S10 Plus has a 6.4-inch screen, and they have that same resolution, the more compact display is slightly sharper, but you won’t see a difference.

The single central lens at the Note 10 Plus is a little less distracting than the dual-lens from the S10 Plus, but you will quickly get used to either. We can’t separate them here.

The cameras are extremely similar, but the Notice 10 Plus offers two advantages from the main camera: The telephoto lens has a larger aperture to get better low-light performance, and there is a fourth lens in the shape of a time-of-flight detector, which may capture accurate depth data and should enhance portrait mode and Live Focus movie. These advancements are subtle.

Samsung has also added a brand new Zoom-in Mic attribute to enable you to zoom in on audio when recording video. It also worked to increase stabilization in the Note 10 Plus.

Around front, the S10 Plus ends up using a dual-lens camera which matches 10-megapixel and 8-megapixel lenses. The Note 10 Plus includes a lone 10-megapixel lens. Selfie fans will likely prefer the S10 Plus, though just the Note 10 Plus has a Night Mode which works on the front camera. We’re giving the Note 10 Plus

Using Android 9.0 Pie and Samsung’s One UI skin on the top, you’re in for a fantastic software experience here. The Notice 10 Plus has a few extras that relate to its S Pen stylus, but all the important stuff, including a lot of customization options, exists on both phones.

Sadly, Samsung does not have a great update record and can take some time to roll out fresh Android variants, but that’s likely to be much the same using both phones, therefore it doesn’t differentiate them.

There’s a flexible camera package, A.I. helper Bixby, DeX mode to empower your phone to double as a desktop computer, and a whole lot more in Samsung’s bag of tricks, but what sets these telephones apart is your S Pen. Samsung also boosted the Note’s productivity credentials with a few Microsoft tie-ins which make it simple to mirror your phone’s display to your desktop, though these might also arrive at the S10 Plus by means of a software update.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus begins from $1,000. The Note 10 Plus will cost you an additional $100 to your least expensive version. Both are very widely available and can be picked up in all the significant carriers.