Last week we asked you a few questions. Are you getting a Samsung Galaxy Note10+ or Galaxy Note10 and if you would pay the premium for a 5G model or stick with LTE.
Now the results are in and they are a bit surprising. Last year 19% half of you said they’d get a Galaxy Note9 but this year the results are flipped. Half of you said they’re looking at competing phones, rather than the Galaxy Note10 duo.
The larger Galaxy Note10+ is generally received better with 45% of you either committing to buy or wait for the price to drop, but the smaller Galaxy Note10 has been shunned in favor of the bigger Note10+ or of competitors’ phones.
Perhaps the reason is the sub-1440p screen or the lack of additional storage – two things that we’d have found blasphemous to be mentioned next to the Galaxy Note’s name just months ago.
Of those of you that will get a Galaxy Note10 or a Note10+ the majority would be fine with the LTE model. That’s natural given that 5G isn’t yet widespread enough.
The Galaxy Note10 duo have a lot to prove. Remember, the Galaxy Note was the first flagship big phone, the daddy of the likes of the iPhone XS Max or OnePlus 7 Pro, you could say. Let’s not write it off before we’ve had time to give it a thorough evaluation the only way we know how – the GSMArena review. Stay tuned!