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PC World 09/12/2019 06:00
and the Galaxy Note 10+ are amazing. With giant screens, cutting-edge cameras, and gorgeous designs, they just might be the best phones ever made, and they’ve got sky-high price tags to match. So before you plunk down four figures for the pleasure of owning one, you should know which one is right for you. We’ve broken it down feature by feature below. iPhone 11 Pro Max vs Galaxy Note 10+: Design. It’s been only two years since Apple unveiled the iPhone X to much fanfare, dumping the home button and ushering in a whole new design language for the iPhone. It’s not bad that Apple has decided to stick with it for another year, and the 11 Pro offers some fresh ideas like its square camera array and single-glass construction. But after a slew of n.
GSMArena.com 08/11/2019 08:00
Samsung published a timeline of its Galaxy Note phones counting up to number 10, but we wanted to focus more on the original - the Samsung Galaxy Note. It made its debut at IFA in late 2011 and is the original "phablet". There have been many large phones since, the Note's real trademark feature is the S Pen. Samsung Galaxy Note. Many thought that Samsung has gone mad - the phone was entirely too large and styluses are outdated, they were saying. And they were partially right, styluses were needed for the small resistive screens that suffered from low sensitivity. However,...

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