Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Review
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Review

Today we talk about samsung  Galaxy Note 10+ Review let's start the topic
There are several reasons behind the inclusion of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ in the flagship smartphone series.  Many people must be thinking that we can buy a flagship smartphone at half price from this smartphone series, so why should we buy this smartphone series?  This month Samsung has upgraded both its Galaxy Note flagship series and launched both these smartphones in India.  We have brought a review of Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, the high end variant of this series.  This smartphone has been launched in India at a price of Rs 79,999.


 Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ has been made thinner than its previous version Samsung Galaxy Note 9+.  The reason for this is 196 grams and the protection of Corning Gorilla Glass has been given on both the front and back panels of this device.  Apart from this, this new series has been introduced with new color options.  This flagship device has been designed with the Aura Glow Color feature.  The special feature of this color feature is that it looks different shades with lights.
 Also, this device has been designed with much better grip.  The notch feature is not provided in its front panel but a pin-hole camera has been provided with the Infinity-O display, due to which you get more space in the front panel.  There is a curve on its side panel which gives a bezel less experience.

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 The display

 Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ comes with a larger display than all the devices launched in this series so far.  It has a 6.8-inch display with a pixel density of 498 ppi.  Although you can say that this year OnePlus 7 Pro has been launched with the best 90Hz refresh rate display, but the display of Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will not disappoint you.  It also has a better display than the flagship smartphones launched this year.

 Samsung makes the display itself, so designing a better display for your smartphones is not a heavy task.  The Galaxy Note 10+ has a cinematic display, which comes with an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner and 3D ridge detection.  Due to in-display fingerprint sensor and 3D feature, it is also better in terms of security.


 Samsung, like its other flagship devices launched in India, also offers an Exynos chipset.  This device works on Android 9 Pie with 2.7GHz Exynos 9825 octa-core processor.  This processor is designed with 7nm process.  The best thing is that it has 12GB of RAM, which comes with two storage options 256GB and 512GB.  Its internal storage can be increased up to 1TB via additional microSD card.  The performance of this device is slightly better than the Galaxy S10 +.

 The battery

 Galaxy Note 10+ offers a 4,300 mAh battery which is not so powerful compared to the device, but you can use it easily one day.  With this smartphone, the company has given a 25W fast charger, which gives this device a full charge in just 30 minutes.  The Galaxy Note 10+ 2.0 also supports wireless charging.  With this device you can also charge earbuds with the help of Samsung's battery share feature.


 The Galaxy Note 10+'s S-Pen makes it different from other regular flagship devices.  A new design and feature S-Pen has been used in it.  The latest 6 Axis sensor has been used in this new S-Pen, which can be used not only as a remote.  Rather, you can also change the camera modes from the S-Pen.  Talking about camera modes, you can remotely click photos, capture videos and can do many more things with the help of air action.

 The S-Pen's air action resembles the air gestures used in the BMW 5 and 7 Series.  Talking about the battery back-up of the S-Pen, it gets 10 hours of battery back up.  Through S-Pen, you can convert anything to text format by writing anything on the display.  It supports four languages ​​Hindi, English, Urdu and Marathi.  You can also call the Galaxy Note 10+ S-Pen the magic wand of Harry Porter.

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 The camera

 Talking about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ camera, the quad rear camera has been set up in its back.  Which has 16 megapixel ultra wide camera, 12 megapixel dual aperture camera, 12 megapixel telephoto camera and a ToF (depth vision) camera.  LED flash has also been used with this.  Its front has a 10 megapixel camera.  The Galaxy Note series has already been given better camera features.  The camera has been further improved in the Galaxy Note 10+.  The Galaxy Note 10+ supports night light photography, as well as being better for shooting Steady film videos.  In such a situation, we can say that it comes with a better camera feature than the flagship device launched this year.
 What I found better in the camera features of Galaxy Note 10+ is that you can do better video recording in it.  You can also shoot a video with a better feature and audio by zooming.  Another thing that was nice in this is that it can capture video with better bokeh mode.  Other manufacturers have also tried this feature but its feature was much better.


 The Galaxy Note 10+ is a great device for power users, especially for professionals.  The Galaxy Note community can see this device as practically a better device.  There are many great features in it which are much better than other professional devices.  One special thing in the Galaxy Note 10+ is that it comes with Knox Security which keeps your data and information secure.  AllRal Galaxy Note 10+ offers everything a professional needs at a price of Rs 79,999.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Review Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Review Reviewed by Hitendrasinh jadeja on 5:57 AM Rating: 5


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