For the first time in its 8-year history, the Galaxy Note family includes two different models. Three if you also count the 5G-enabled Note 10+, although unlike the Galaxy S10 5G, that bad boy is essentially identical to the 4G LTE-only variant in every aspect apart from connectivity. And of course, there’s a “regular-sized” Note 10 5G as well, but you can’t have that one in the US.
In case you were wondering how this new release strategy and expanded product lineup might be working out for Samsung, the early signs seem to point in the right direction, with stellar pre-order numbers reported last month. The actual sales of the Galaxy Note 10 roster are also pretty impressive, at least in South Korea, which is the tech giant’s homeland and one of its most important global markets.