Samsung has introduced the Galaxy S20, S20, and S20 Ultra. The Galaxy S20 Plus offers a great balance between the other models. Let’s see how Samsung has differentiated the Galaxy S20 Plus from the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
The Galaxy S20+ and Note 10+ has the same dimensions, but the Galaxy S20+ costs $1,200, $100 more than the Galaxy Note 10+. They both have the infinity-O display with the centered hole-punch display. There’s an only difference at the front design, the Note 10+ is 3.5mm wider because of the S Pen.
What about physical keys? The Galaxy Note 10+ has two keys on the left side, while the Galaxy S20+ has them on the right side.
In addition, the Galaxy S20+ is lighter (10g) as compared to the Note 10+. The S20+ also has considerable hardware upgrades. It comes with a 120Hz refresh rate display and QHD+ AMOLED panel, but you can not use the 120Hz refresh rate at QHD+. While the Note 10+ has a regular 60Hz display with QHD+ AMOLED panel.
Now the core specs, the Galaxy S20+ is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chipset with 5G connectivity. It offers 5G over both sub-6 and mmWave. It comes with a brand new 12MP primary sensor, a 64MP zoom lens with 3x optical zoom and 30x hybrid zoom.
You can get the 12GB of RAM on both. The S20+ has the latest LPDDR5 RAM module. The S20+ has a standard model with 128GB of internal storage, while the Note 10+ has a 256GB of the standard model.
The S20+ packs with a bigger battery, 4500mAh. Both phones support 15W wireless charging. You’ll also see the same IP68 water resistance and in-screen fingerprint sensor. They both running Android 10.
Now the question, which is best? If you go for the Galaxy S20+, it will cost you $100 more, but you will get a powerful processor, LPDDR5RAM, a larger 4500mAh battery, 120Hz refresh rate, and upgraded camera.
What you will miss – double internal storage and a unique S Pen. The Galaxy Note 10+ is still an excellent phone.