Samsung Galaxy Note10 review

Galaxy Note10
Galaxy Note10

The Galaxy Note 10 is just a tiny bit larger than the S10 and is quite compact like the S10+. It fits comfortably in your palm and weighs around 168g which is quite light. Plus, the aluminum frame has an IP68 rating, so the phone is waterproof.

The phone comes with a large 6.3″ Dynamic AMOLED which is a great plus but the 1080p resolution can be troubling for many people. The display remains quite bright due to the AMOLED screen.

The Galaxy Note 10 arrives with a 3,500mAh battery which allows you 12 hours in browsing the web and 18 hours if you are watching videos. On that end, Galaxy Note 10 remains quite impressive. Plus, it has 25W fast charging which is another great feature.

Galaxy Note 10 will either arrive with a Snapdragon 855 or an Exynos 9825 chipset. The performance of Galaxy Note 10 is almost similar to the S10 and hence, it remains quite decent to run your taxing tasks without any noticeable lags. Paired with the 8GB RAM, it can make the tasks run smoother.

The phone comes with a 10 MP selfie camera on its punch-hole display. On the rear panel, it has a 12MP main camera, a 12MP telephoto lens, and a 16MP ultra-wide camera. The daylight shots are quite rich and low-light shots are great too, though light sources at night can form a bit of a halo. 

Overall, Galaxy Note 10 is a decent phone for this smartphone market.


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