The Korean firm unveiled its latest flagships at an event in New York with the Note 10 launching alongside a bigger Note 10+.
Both of these devices get some good upgrades including the addition of a faster 7nm processor and a screen which gets ever closer to the edge of the device.
If you opt for the standard Note 10 you’ll be treated to a 6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED display whilst those wanting a larger viewing experience can feast their eyes on the 6.8-inch screen that features on the Note 10+.
To help push the display to the max, Samsung has now included a hole-punched front-facing camera which has allowed them to ditch the top bezel.
However, unlike the Galaxy S10 – which has its camera placed on one side of the screen – this latest phone has its 10-megapixel selfie snapper popped right in the middle.
Spin the Note phones around and you’ll find more cameras on the back of its Gorilla Glass case.
The standard Note 10 gets three rear snappers which include a wide-angle lens and improved telephoto option whilst the Note 10+ gets an extra DepthVision sensor for improved portrait images.
Samsung is boasting that the photography credentials have been boosted by better image stabilisation and even the option to change the bokeh effect whilst shooting moving pictures via a new Live Focus video mode.
Along with those extra cameras, there’s also another change to the back of this device with the new Note finally seeing the end of the rear fingerprint scanner.
This security sensor has now been moved under the display which should make it far easier to find and use.
Although there are some big changes on the outside, things are also improved under the hood.
There’s that faster 7nm processor which should bring a big boost to performance and you may also find much better battery life with Samsung boasting that phones have got more intelligent.
This means they can monitor your usage and optimise things for longer life.
The Note 10 gets a 3,400mAh battery whilst you’ll find a huge 4,200mAh battery inside the plus model.
When things do run out the new Note can get refilled much faster than before with a days power available in just 30 minutes and the Note 10+ is compatible with an even faster 45kw charger – not supplied in the box.
Samsung has also packed its PowerShare technology inside the Note which allows it to refill other devices and accessories, such as the Galaxy Buds, wirelessly.
Of course, these wouldn’t be Note devices unless they featured the famous S Pen and this digital stylus is improved for 2019.
Once removed from inside the phone you’ll find the S Pen has numerous tricks up its sleeve including the ability to control what’s on the screen via Air Gestures.
You can also now write notes and convert them to text more easily and there’s more options when scribbling on the display when its switched off plus there’s a new feature called AR Doodle which allows you to draw on your selfies in a live mode.
Some other noteworthy extras include a new precision sound recording option which can pick up on noise that’s not near the device and there’s some AKG-tuned speakers.
Finally, there’s good news for anyone wanting to access 5G data speeds as the Note 10+ will be fully ready to access this new technology.
The Note 10 devices are available with either 256GB or 512 GB of memory and 8GB or 12GB of RAM.
The Galaxy Note10, Galaxy Note10+ and Note10+ 5G will be available in Aura Glow and Aura Black starting from 23rd August, via Samsung.com/uk, Samsung Experience Stores and selected partners.
Pricing and availability to be announced.