The sleek, lighter design and stunning triple lens camera are not the only defining features of Samsung’s latest flagship – the Galaxy Note 10 series, which was launched at the Samsung Experience Store, DSTIncomm in Gadong today.
The new series which came in two variants – the 6.3-inch Note 10 and the 6.8-inch Note 10+ — is practically a compact hi-tech machine that enables users to handle hi-res gaming and tasks.
Powered by either the latest Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9825 blended with up to 12GB RAM, users can definitely crank their gaming experiences and enjoy graphics that are on par with gaming consoles. They can even edit hi-res images and videos seamlessly, without having to worry about processor latencies.
Like the S10 series, the Note 10 variants also boasted wide, ultra-wide and telephoto camera functions – but Samsung has also added the Live Focus feature which allows users to tinker with videos straight while shooting their subjects.
A notable effect of this function include to color-focus their subjects in the videos.
Additionally, both of the Note 10 variants are fully equipped with an S-Pen, which can serve as a remote control and as an augmented reality sketcher, besides from allowing users to convert their handwritten notes into digital texts.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 series is available at all DSTIncomm stores starting from as low as
$1268, with prices varying according to model, specifications and storage.
Prior to the launch, DSTIncomm had opened up the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series for pre-orders earlier this month with over 60 pre-order devices ready for collection at the launching event, which was attended by DST’s Acting CEO Radin Sufri Radin Basiuni.
As part of the promotional campaign, Standard Chartered cardholders will also enjoy up to $100 off whenever they purchase the phones using SCB Visa credit card / EasyPay, while Phone installment plans are available with BIBD AT-Tamwil.
The Note10 variants are also available for purchase from DST’s official website.
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