The biggest differences between Samsung's giant new Galaxy Note 10 and Apple's iPhone XS
- Samsung just announced its latest pair of smartphones: the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.
- Compared to the iPhone, they offer a bigger screen, an included stylus, and additional camera capabilities, although the iPhone offers more choice when it comes to storage.
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If you're in the market for a new smartphone, chances are you're considering a phone made by either Apple or Samsung, the two most popular handset makers in the United States.
Samsung just announced the Note 10 on Wednesday, the latest device in its series of large-screened, stylus-quipped smartphones. And for the first time ever, the Note comes in two different sizes, echoing the pattern Samsung and other smartphone brands have taken with other devices in years past.Apple is expected to release a trio of next-generation iPhones in September, but here's a look at how Samsung's giant new Notes compare to its biggest rival.
We examined the biggest discrepancies between the two devices based on their specifications (since we haven't reviewed the Note 10 yet, we cannot evaluate how it performs compared to the iPhone).