We compared the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus to the Note 9 to see if it's worth upgrading, and the answer is yes
- Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 Plus and Galaxy Note 10 have finally arrived.
- We've compared the Galaxy Note 10 Plus to the Galaxy Note 9 to help you decide which Samsung phablet you should buy - and whether Note 9 owners should upgrade.
- The Note 10 Plus and Note 9 are both excellent phones, but they differ in a few key areas, including size, battery, processor, and price.
- If you want the best high-end phone money can buy, it's worth upgrading to the Note 10 Plus - especially if you trade in your old phone. You can save up to $600.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 Plus and Galaxy Note 10 have finally arrived. We've compared the Galaxy Note 10 Plus to the Galaxy Note 9 to help you decide which Samsung phablet you should buy - and whether the upgrade is worth it.
It's only been a year since Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Note 9, which has a starting price of $999.99. This past August, the company unveiled its Galaxy Note 10, which starts at $949.99. While the Note 10 is an excellent phone, we don't recommend upgrading to it from the Note 9, as it's a step down from its predecessor in several ways.The real flagship is the Note 10 Plus, starting at $1,099. And while there are a few drawbacks to Samsung's new phone, it's better than the Note 9 in just about every way. You don't need to upgrade - but you won't be disappointed if you do.
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