The reasons why Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is in the List of best smartphones 2019 –
- Compact design with narrow bezels
- Camera offers Live Focus when shooting video
- DeX mode now easier to use
- Fast 25-watt charging
- S Pen supports new Air Actions gestures
- Easier to hold
- Strong video recording
Reasons why You should avoid it-
- No headphone jack or microSD card slot
- Handwriting to text conversion feels rough
- 45-watt charger costs extra
- Rear Camera – 16MP ultra wide + 12MP wide angle + 12MP telephoto
- Front Camera – 10MP
- Display – 6.3 Dynamic AMOLED
- 8GB RAM + 256GB storage
- OS – Andriod 9 pie with Samsung Oneul
- CPU – Sanpdragon 855(US) ; Exynos 9825 (WW)
- Battery – 3500mAh
Samsung built the Galaxy Note brand on delivering the best big-screen phones around, but the best thing about the new Galaxy Note 10 is how delightfully small it is.
The 6.3-inch Note 10 is one of the most compact big-screen phones yet, thanks to its nearly bezel-free Infinity-O screen — and some features Samsung left on the cutting room floor.
The Galaxy Note 10 is Samsung’s easiest to use S Pen-toting phone yet, and while there may not be any game-changing features to make this a must-buy handset, it looks to be a solid addition to the Note range.
If you’re looking for Samsung’s ultimate top-end device you’ll want to opt for the Note 10 Plus, but if you want to save a bit of money, or you’re after a smaller phone with a stylus, this is the Note to go for.
Its edge-to-edge display technology is still called Infinity-O, but here the cutout for the front-facing camera is situated in the center at the top of the phone’s screen, rather than at the top-right.
Design & Display –
The Galaxy Note 10 is easily one of the most striking phones of the year, especially if you get it in the Aura Glow color. That model gives off a silvery iridescence that changes hues as the light hits it at different angles. You can also get it in Aura White, Aura Black and Aura Blue, with that last color exclusive to Best Buy and Samsung.com.
The Galaxy Note 10 features a 6.3-inch Infinity-O display, which has a cutout located in the top center of the panel. Personally, I find the Note 10’s punch hole less distracting than the one on the Galaxy S10 plus , which is on the right side, but it’s still noticeable on this Note when you’re using an app with a white background.
The Note 10 has a 6.3-inch AMOLED display with a Full HD resolution, coming in at 2280 x 1080 pixels, with 401 pixels per inch. It includes HDR 10+ technology, and considering that Samsung hasn’t opted for a QHD display here we’re impressed with how the display looks.
The Note 10 isn’t just smaller than the Note 9, it’s also lighter and thinner. It measures 72 x 151 x 7.9mm, and at 168g it’s one of the lightest flagship Samsung phones available.
The Galaxy Note 10 should be one of the fastest Android phones around when it launches, but it may not hold the title for long. That’s because this phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 CPU, and not the 855+ processor that’s coming to other handsets like the Asus ROG 2 Phone, promising higher clock speeds.
Judging performance is virtually impossible after only spending a few hours with the phone in tightly controlled surroundings, however, once we get the device in for our full review we’ll dive much deeper into benchmarks, gaming and all that good stuff.
On the back of the Note are three cameras: a main 12-megapixel sensor with an aperture that’ll shift between f/1.5 and f/2.4 depending on the conditions, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide f/2.2 sensor and a 12-megapixel f/2.1 telephoto camera offering 2x lossless optical zoom.
Both the main and telephoto cameras have OIS (optical image stabilisation) – just like they did on the S10. There are a couple of new AR camera features and you can use the S Pen’s Air Gestures to zoom in and snap a shot without touching the screen. For better or worse, this is mostly the same camera experience as you’d find on the S10 series.
With a capacity of 3,500 mAh, the Galaxy Note 10’s battery is smaller than both the Galaxy Note 9 (4,000 mAh) and Galaxy Note 10 plus (4,300 mAh), but it should still provide good endurance. A lower screen resolution than the Note 9 should help the Note 10 sap less power.
Having stuck to a 15W charger for some time, the Note 10 signals a shift to much faster charging. In the box, you’ll find a 25W charger (that’s the same as the one you’ll find bundled with the S10 5G), but the phone will also support 45W charging. The catch? You’ll need to buy that speedier charger separately – which for a seriously pricey phone seems slightly ridiculous.
Price & Releasing Date –
Colours aside, the standard Note 10 keeps things simple coming in one configuration; packing 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM and toting a price tag of £869 (or $949 is you’re in the US).
Samsung has already launched pre-orders for the phone, but it won’t hit physical and virtual store shelves officially until August 23. Check out our best Note 10 deals for additional pricing and details.
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