Galaxy Note20 Vs Galaxy S10

Galaxy Note20
Galaxy Note20 Starting from £460.00
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Galaxy S10
Galaxy S10 Starting from £166.00
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Galaxy Note20 Galaxy S10


Galaxy Note20 Galaxy S10
Width 75.2 mm 70.4 mm
Height 161.6 mm 149.9 mm
Weight 192 g 157 g
Thickness 8.3 mm 7.8 mm
Volume 100.86 cm³ 82.31 cm³


Galaxy Note20 Galaxy S10
Resolution 1080 x 2400 px 1440 x 3040 px
Density 393 ppi 550 ppi
Size 6.7 inches 6.1 inches


Galaxy Note20 Galaxy S10
Battery capacity 4300 mAh* 3400 mAh*
Removable battery No No
Wireless charging Yes Yes
Fast charging Yes Yes
Ultra power saving mode Yes Yes

*Refurbished devices sold on Back Market offer at least 85% of this maximum power


Galaxy Note20 Galaxy S10
Maximum storage 512 GB 512 GB
CPU frequency 3.1 GHz 2.7 GHz
External memory slot No Yes
RAM capacity 8 GB 8 GB
5G support Yes No
LTE support Yes Yes


Galaxy Note20 Galaxy S10
Front camera resolution 10 MP 10 MP
Main camera resolution 64 MP 16 MP
Multi lens Yes Yes
Optical zoom No Yes
Flash Yes Yes
Optical stabilization No Yes
Slow motion video Yes Yes
Main camera video resolution 4320 px 2160 px


Galaxy Note20 Galaxy S10
Stereo speakers Yes Yes
3.5mm jack socket No Yes
Radio Yes Yes
Number of microphones 3 2

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Samsung S10 vs Note 20 Comparison

Samsung S10 vs Note 20

Are you hesitating between two of Samsung's best-sellers, the Note 20 and the S10? There are a few things that differentiate them. Depending on your expectations, one will suit you better than the other. Here is what differentiates these two smartphones.

Samsung Note 20, the ideal choice for photography

The first notable difference between these two models is the size of the screen. It is 6.7 inches on the Samsung Note 20, compared to 6.1 inches on the Samsung S10. Both screens are AMOLED and offer equivalent performance, although the S10's screen is a little more durable in use thanks to its Gorilla Glass 6 treatment. The Samsung Note 20 is a little bigger and a little heavier (35 grams heavier).

The Note 20 also has the advantage when it comes to photography. It has a triple camera system that takes 12.2, 64 and 12 MP pictures, where the Samsung S10 captures photos in 12.2, 12 and 16 MP resolution. However, it loses points on the aperture, which is important especially in low light situations. The S10 offers an aperture of f/1.5 for its main camera while it's a slower f/1.8 in the Note 20. In addition to these performances, it is to note that the Note 20 allows you to use 2 SIM cards (which is not possible with the S10).

Samsung S10, more storage capacity

Allowing the addition of a micro SD card up to 1TB, the Samsung S10 wins points for storage capacity. But it still comes with a much smaller base memory than the Note 20 - only 128GB compared to the Note 20's 256GB. Both smartphoens come with the same 8GB of RAM.

The Samsung Note 20 is a great choice for photo enthusiasts and fans of large smartphones. It will also appeal to you if you need to use two SIM cards on a daily basis, and there are plenty of features that come with using its built-in stylus. The S10, on the other hand, allows you to slide in an SD card for extra storage capacity. You can enjoy more than 1TB to keep all your files. In terms of performance, this smartphone is on a par with its competitor. It will meet all your expectations, running the most powerful applications and games without skipping a beat.

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