The new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ makes it debut . Key features include Air actions - which allow users to phone some parts of the phone by making gestures in the air with the included S Pen stylus, and supercharging. Other features include: Edge-to-edge, Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O displays This year, the S Pen has been given new functionality, including Air Actions, which allow users to make mid-air gestures with the pen, away from the phone, to control some screen navigation. The Samsung Notes app has also been updated and now supports exporting notes as Microsoft Word files for the first time. The Note 10 has a triple rear camera set-up, while the Note 10+ has a quad rear camera system. Both devices have a single 10-megapixel front-facing camera lens built into the screen. Both phones support superfast charging, which Samsung says means 30 minutes of charge will provide enough battery life for a full day. Other features include expanded video editing features as well as AR Doodle, which allows users to draw animations on-screen and use them as part of videos. Game Booster mode is also included - this uses artificial intelligence to automatically adjust phone settings to improve performance when playing games. It also enables users to switch off notifications while they're playing. Samsung says the Note 10 line-up is also 5G ready.