Samsung: the frame of the new Galaxy Note 10 is not made of stainless steel

Galaxy Note 10

Samsung has made a mistake in the promotional campaign for its brand new Galaxy Note 10. Taken by the enthusiasm for the launch of the new top-of-the-line smartphones. The Korean giant has in fact exaggerated in a detail about its new phones.

In fact, during a promotional video – now removed and then republished in the correct version – you can find it at the end of the article – Samsung initially boasted that the frame of the Galaxy Note 10 was made of stainless steel, based on what Apple has been doing since iPhone X. Too bad that, in reality, the material is the classic aluminum, as for all the latest high-end devices of the Korean manufacturer.

The same erroneous information was initially spread also on the official website, to be quickly corrected. We do not know if it was a misunderstanding of communication between the various offices within Samsung, or if the initial design of the Galaxy Note 10 really provided for the use of steel for the frame. The fact remains that it was an error promptly solved.

Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ specifications

Note 10+ Note 10
Operating System Android 9 Pie
One UI 1.5
Android 9 Pie
One UI 1.5
Display 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED
3040×1440, HDR10+
6.3-inch Dynamic AMOLED
2280×1080, HDR10+
Processor Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9825 Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9825
Memory 12GB 8GB
Storage 256/512GB 256GB
Rear Camera 1 12MP, f/1.5-2.4, OIS, 77° FoV 12MP, f/1.5-2.4, OIS, 77° FoV
Rear Camera 2 16MP, f/2.2, 123° FoV 16MP, f/2.2, 123° FoV
Rear Camera 3 12MP, f/2.1, OIS, 45° FoV 12MP, f/2.1, OIS, 45° FoV
Rear Camera 4 VGA DepthVision
f/1.4, 72° FoV
Front Camera 10MP, f/2.2, 80° FoV
auto focus
10MP, f/2.2, 80° FoV
auto focus
Battery 4300mAh
45W wired
15W wireless
25W wired
12W wireless
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