Galaxy S10 Plus vs Galaxy Note8

Which one is best for you?

Introducing Samsung’s first foray into multi-lens cameras, the Note8 was the 2017 edition of the Korean tech giant’s phablet range, and a big phone in every respect. Shoot astonishing 4K video and take cracking pictures with the 2x12-megapixel rear camera. The 6.3-inch Super AMOLED screen is every bit as dazzling as we’ve come to expect from Samsung, and it houses the nifty S Pen stylus which allows you to sketch or take notes with ease.

The S10+ is a bold statement from Samsung in 2019 – one of the most feature-rich and powerful phones money can buy. The beefy 4100 mAh battery can wirelessly charge other phablets, while the 12GB of RAM enables smooth performance, and you can expand its internal memory up to an incredible 1.5TB if you buy a MicroSD card.

The biggest transformations have been in the screen and camera of the S10+. Samsung’s screens are reliably outstanding, but the arrival of the Infinity-O Display is innovative, housing the selfie camera behind a hole in the corner of the screen so you’ll get a bezel-less viewing experience. As for the rear camera, Samsung have taken huge strides – a 16+12+12-megapixel camera array is powered by the latest AI to produce stunning results.

Name Galaxy S10 Plus Galaxy Note8
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Display 6.4 inches 6.3 inches
Size and weight Height: 157.6 mm
Width: 74.1 mm
Depth: 7.8 mm
Weight: 175 grams
Height: 162.5 mm
Width: 74.8 mm
Depth: 8.6 mm
Weight: 195 grams
Rear camera 16 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP 12 MP
Front camera 10 MP + 8 MP 8 MP
Video recording 4K UHD video recording at 60 fps 2160p@30fps
Processor Exynos 9820
Exynos 8895
Battery 4100 mAh 3300 mAh
Storage 128 GB 64 GB
Splash, water and dust resistant Yes Yes
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