Samsung Galaxy Note series has always served as a big competition to the best in the market. The Note flagship has always been the nothing-that-I-can’t-do device. The electronic giant has been running its two series of flagships for ages, that is, the Galaxy Note & Galaxy S series. The S-series of smartphones is a bunch of powerful and relatively compact, whereas the Note-series initially targetted buyers who want a multitasking device primarily for work. The phone comes with the game-changer S-pen that comes with latest and innovative tips and tricks each year.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus was launched in the market, almost a month or two ago. So what are the specifications and top-notch features that make this device noteworthy? Let’s find out
The top of the line specifications that are offered by the Note 10 plus are that it has got a 6.8 inch Quad HD+, that is 3040×1440, dynamic AMOLED display and is powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 9825 processor paired with a 12GB RAM. The model offers a 256GB and 512GB storage option with support from further memory expansion via microSD card slot.
The rear of the phone has a triple-camera setup with 16-megapixel ultra-wide (f/2.2), 12-megapixel wide-angle (f/1.5-f/2.4), 12-megapixel telephoto (f/2.1) and a VGA time-of-flight depth camera. The front hole-punch camera is of 10-megapixel.
The device has a 4,300 mAh battery and is IP68, waterproof, and dust resistant. This year, the Note Plus model has no headphone jack. The phone weighs 196 g and is accompanied by the S-pen as usual. Lastly, the Note comes with Android 9 Pie-based One UI.
Following are the details of the top specifications for the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
The noticeable difference between the cameras of S10 plus and Note 10 plus is the change in the placement of the cameras. Other than that, there is not much difference between shots taken from both the phones. The wide, standard, and telephoto lens gives you the same type of versatility as the S10 Plus. Note 10 Plus’s wide-angle camera is wider than any other smartphone available in the market with a 123-degree field of view.
Though the camera offers crisp and detailed photos in the daylight, it has not kept up when it comes to the low light camera. Sometimes, one can even get extremely grainy, over-sharpened, and also blurred photos. However, the front camera offers images in a dynamic range and with high quality. One ‘Noteworthy’ feature of the camera is its video stabilization that is better than any other smartphone.
The Note 10 Plus comes with a 4,300 mAh battery, 300 mAh higher than Note9’s 4,000 mAh battery. However, the extra mAh doesn’t satisfy. The battery life is objectively worse on a day-to-day basis. With medium-heavy usage, the battery hardly lasts six hours of screen on time.
Note 10 Plus is one of the swiftest Android smartphones that is fluid and does not lag. The 12 GB RAM assists greatly with multitasking making switching between the apps highly efficient. The ‘cheetah’ performance makes it almost impossible to break the phone for even a second.
Vibrant display & sleek design
The 6.8-inch immersive display is surrounded by the thinnest bezels ever seen on a smartphone giving it an elegant look. The AMOLED display that debuted on the S10 range has a sharp, punchy and vibrant display. The phone features HDR 10 and HDR= certification, which makes dark series like GOT a much better experience. The vertical camera layout is a better one than the S series phone. The only lack of design is the fact that the rear attracts a lot of fingerprints.
The power button has been shifted to the left side of the phone with the volume rocker, leaving the right side plain with no buttons. The smartphone has the same fingerprint sensor as the S series that sits under the glass. Samsung has also removed the headphone jack with this model and does not provide any jack plug with the device.
The stereo speakers are louder and clearer in comparison to Note 9 and comes with a Dolby Atmos feature for full audio effect.
The Samsung Note 10 plus comes at a price range of Rs 79,999. It comes with fast processing, vivid display, stereo speakers with full audio effect and its excellent camera, making it a rich smartphone experience. Note 10 Plus is the best smartphone by the brand to date. However, there is not much of an upgrade required when it comes to last year’s Samsung Note 9.