Galaxy S10e vs Galaxy Note9

Which one is best for you?

Samsung’s 2018 phablet is a big, powerful phone, ideal for entertainment and business. The huge 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Display renders games and movies in crisp high definition, while the up to 8GB of RAM and a monster 4000 mAh battery make sure that transitions are seamless, and buffering is just a faint memory. With half a terabyte of internal memory, expandable up to a whole terabyte, you’re unlikely to run out of room, and the S Pen stylus has been upgraded so that you can activate your camera with it from 30 feet away, or use it as a remote control for your presentations.

The S10e serves a different purpose, being much smaller than the Note9. Neatly pocketable, its screen is necessarily smaller too, but makes the most of the available space with its innovative Infinity-O Display, which does away with the need for bezels in favour of a punch-hole for the 10-megapixel selfie camera. The rear camera showcases Samsung’s growing confidence with a 16+12-megapixel array, offering results you might expect from a high-end digital camera.

The S10e boasts a host of other innovations, such as electrostatic in-screen fingerprint recognition, and the ability to charge another phone wirelessly from its battery. The Note9 remains a fantastic phablet, but the S10e is the new pocket powerhouse.

Name Galaxy S10e Galaxy Note9
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Display 5.8 inches 6.4 inch Infinity Display
Size and weight Height: 142.2 mm
Width: 69.9 mm
Depth: 7.9 mm
Weight: 150 grams
Height: 161.9 mm
Width: 76.4 mm
Depth: 8.8 mm
Weight: 201 grams
Rear camera 16 MP + 12 MP 12 MP + 12 MP
Front camera 10 MP 8 MP
Video recording 4K UHD video recording at 60 fps 4K video recording at 30 fps or 60 fps
Processor Exynos 9820
Exynos 9810
Battery 3100 mAh 4000 mAh
Storage 128 GB 128 GB
Splash, water and dust resistant Yes Yes
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