The Galaxy Note 10 series recently went on sale in over 80+ markets across the world. The new Notes run on One UI 1.5 and pack a lot of useful features and customization options. Among other things, the new Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ also pack the ability to record calls — a feature that’s surprisingly missing in many other smartphones.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ went on sale in over 80+ markets yesterday. The company’s latest flagship phablets are impressive devices that offer a great software experience as well. If you have purchased a Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+ or plan on buying one, you should check out some of the top tips and tricks for it in this article.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are the ultimate powerhouse phones from Samsung meant for power users and heavy multitaskers. These phones are filled to the brim with top-notch features except for perhaps the headphone jack. A phone, however, is only as good as the apps you use on it. So, here are some of the best Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ apps that will help further enrich the experience of using them.
Teardowns are a great way to understand the repairability of a phone. Some manufacturers intentionally make the smartphones complex to repair so as to discourage the third party or DIY repairs. It is also true that Engineers are often forced to use glue and other complex material to make the devices as compact and sleek as possible. iFixit has revealed the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G teardown.
One of the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is that it comes with 45W wired fast charging support. Samsung is only bundling a 25W charger with the device though and it has not even shared much details about the 45W charger except for its hefty $50 price tag.
Last week, Samsung unveiled its flagship Galaxy Note 10 series. Like previous flagship devices from Samsung, the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ are also IP68 certified which means they are dust and water-resistant.
The display is one of the most important aspects of a smartphone. Most of us end up accessing all the features on the smartphone via the display. Resolutions, aspect ratio, and pixel densities only tell a part of the story. DisplayMate benchmark helps us understand the intricacies and the real reason why a smartphone display is best (or worst.) Samsung’s latest Note 10 Plus display has aced the test and shattered 13 display performance records.
The Galaxy Note 10 series is around two weeks away from launch, with the devices up for pre-order right now. But even before the Note 10 has hit the shelves, official wallpapers from the device have been extracted and made available for download for all.
Earlier this week, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ — the company’s most powerful Notes to date. There’s a lot to like about the Note 10 and Note 10+ — they pack big and beautiful displays, triple-camera setup, and oodles of storage. But what about an IR blaster? Does the Note 10 series mark the return of the IR blaster on a flagship Samsung device?
Just like it did with its Galaxy S10 lineup earlier this year, Samsung has also branched its Note 10 lineup into two devices: the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. Despite sharing a similar design language and internal, the Note 10 and Note 10+ differ from each other in many aspects. Check out our detailed comparison to know what the differences are between the two Note devices.