Here is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review and it is important to know that the Samsung Note 10 comes in two versions, which are Regular and Supersize or Note 10 and Note 10 plus.
The 6.8 inches, the Note 10 Plus is significantly bigger than the 6.3-inch Galaxy Note 10 and of course year’s 6.4-inch Galaxy Note 9. In fact, practically everything about this big-screen phone is bigger than before, including the RAM, storage, number of cameras, battery capacity and, yes, the price.
At the same time, Samsung trimmed off some things to make this handset lighter and slimmer than the Note 9, including the headphone jack. The Galaxy Note 10+ also includes some enhancements to the S Pen (such as converting handwriting to text), a more seamless way to connect the phone to your PC and new video effects to make your footage look more compelling. You can even use the Note 10 Plus as a 3D scanner.
Is this N360,000 phone worth it? Read this guide on Obejor Blog to get our impressions.
Here’s a full Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Review
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Review and Specifications
Galaxy Note 10 Plus pricing and release date
The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is available for pre-order for N360,000 starting Aug. 8 at 12:01 a.m. ET. The phone goes on sale Aug. 23. The phone starts with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, but you can opt for a model with 512GB of storage.
Samsung is offering a credit for those who pre-order through OBEJOR.COM, but you should check out all the Galaxy Note 10 deals before you decide where to buy.
Performance Octa core
Display 6.3″ (16 cm)
Storage 256 GB
Camera 12MP + 12MP + 16MP
Battery 3500 mAh
RAM 8 GB
Launch Date In Nigeria August 20, 2019 (Expected)
Iris Scanner Yes
Fingerprint Sensor Position On-screen
Other Sensors Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass, Gyroscope
Fingerprint Sensor Yes
Quick Charging Yes
Operating System Android v9.0 (Pie)
Sim Slots Dual SIM, GSM+GSM, Dual VoLTE
Model Galaxy Note 10
Launch Date August 20, 2019 (Expected)
Sim Size SIM1: Nano SIM2: Nano
Network 4G: Available (supports Indian bands) 3G: Available, 2G: Available
Fingerprint Sensor Yes
Design: Bigger screen, smaller package
I have to give credit to Samsung. They managed to cram a 6.8-inch display into a design that’s both thinner and lighter than the Galaxy Note 9, which had a 6.4-inch display. This is partly because the Galaxy Note 10 has slimmer bezels, thanks to its Infinity-O display with a cutout for the front camera in the top center portion of the screen.
Samsung also removed the headphone jack, which at this point feels more inevitable than controversial. It also allows the Galaxy Note 10 Plus to pack a bigger battery. The good news is that Samsung is bundling active noise-cancelling AKG headphones in the box that use USB-C.
Make no mistake, the Note 10 Plus looks and feels like a phablet, especially compared with the regular Note 10 and its 6.3-inch screen. This is definitely a two-handed device, but it’s a sleek one.
Galaxy Note 10 Plus Cameras
With its four camera sensors, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is definitely an upgrade over the Galaxy Note 9’s two cameras. The back of the Note 10 Plus houses a wide-angle camera and telephoto lens like its predecessor, but adds an ultrawide shooter to fit in more of the frame and a depth sensor to achieve more convincing bokeh effects when shooting portraits.
Battery and charging
The Galaxy Note 9’s battery was the biggest yet in a Galaxy phone at 4,000 mAh, but the Note 10 Plus ups the ante with a 4,300 mAh battery, which is even bigger than the 4,100 mAh pack in the Galaxy S10 Plus. The result is that the Galaxy Note 10 should last all day on a charge; it should surpass the already impressive Note 9 (11 hours and 16 minutes) and the S10 Plus (12:35) and land on our list of phones with the best battery life.
The Note 10 Plus comes with a 25-watt charger that should prove swift, but there’s an even faster 45-watt charger that Samsung will sell separately. We’ll have to see for ourselves how much of a difference it makes, but Samsung says it will take just 30 minutes of charging for the Note 10 Plus to last the whole day.
The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is not a phablet for everyone, and that’s made clear by its $1,099 starting price. If you really want an S Pen with your phone, the regular $949 Galaxy Note 10 should suffice for most users, because it has the same processor and mostly the same cameras (minus the depth sensor on the back) in a more compact design.
But if you want a really big screen, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus may be worth the splurge, as it also offers more RAM, more storage, microSD expansion and especially a bigger battery. At $999, the 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus is a good in-between option, as it provides comparable performance to the new Notes along with a headphone jack.
Stay tuned to our full rated review to see how the Note 10 Plus stacks up to all the best Android phones, as well as the iPhone.