Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and S-Pen Initial Review

The best the Note can get.

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The much awaited Note 10 series is out in the market since quite a while and if you are wondering whether to buy this beast or Not. We have got it covered with a review. We will be discussing everything about the Note 10+ in this article.

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What comes in the box?

Unboxing the phone gives you a Simcard ejector tool with Manuals and warranty card in a box. After you remove the box you will see your shiny new Note 10 Plus laying flat. Below the phone is a 25 watt charging brick along with AKG earphones-C connector (Because NO Headphone Jack ) with USB, data-cable, OTG Adapter, Micro-USB to USB C converter and Tips for the new S-Pen.

We won’t trouble you with the jargons and tell you the best details:

Display:

It has the best in class 6.8 inch large display with crispiest of colors. You can enjoy greater details on this big screen. Since Samsung makes most of the displays found in all premium smartphones you can guess the quality. You can enjoy High Definition videos from Netflix, Youtube and other streaming apps. We had a great viewing experience. The punch-hole camera might be distracting for some but it was less of a headache than the notch because of it’s symmetry.

Performance:

It can lift heavy processing loads and multi-tasking without any glitch. It comes with Samsung’s very own Exynos top of the line processors and comes loaded with 12 GB of RAM which is more than enough for 2-3 years of lag free performance with any kinds of updates and new apps. We played quite a lot of games and kept a lot of apps in the memory but everything was silky smooth here.

Storage:

It comes with a base storage capacity of 256 GB which is more than enough if you don’t click too much of 4K videos and photos. The storage is also faster which assists the RAM and Processing ability of the phone.

Camera:

The most sought after thing in modern day smartphone, the camera. Note 10+ has opted for a quad camera setup this time with time of flight sensor included which senses the depth of the subect in the camera and adjusts focus and bokeh effect. Note 10+ has an Ultrawide 16MP camera which captures a lot from the scene. It also has a 12MP wide camera and a 12 MP Telephoto lens to help with zooming and portrait photos. The cameras capture great photos with optimal software optimization the really pops the scenes out. It has a 10 Megapixel wide camera in the front which can take software optimized portrait selfies as well. The selfies were quite good.

The phone has improved portrait photography along with better night time photos. Samsung has improved a lot in the camera software department with features like live focus for videos and a lot more.

Battery:

The most life-changing improvement in the Note 10+ is it’s slightly increased Battery Capacity i.e. 4300 mAh along with 25w fast charging which is superfast. It charges the battery in an hour and a few minutes which is superuseful. It also has 45w charging support but you have to buy the charger separately.

 

Other important features:

The phones come with same Under-display fingerprint sensor which is faster than that of the S10 lineup. On the software side, It comes with Android Pie out of the box along with Samsung’s One UI. The UI is smooth and has important functionalities. You must be familiar with it if you have used the S10 lineup. It comes in four colors Aura Glow, Aura White, Aura Black, Aura Blue. But the price is on the expensive side at One lakh 35 thousand.

S-Pen Review – The Note Factor:

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The S-pen has all the old important features. You can use it to scribble anything and even use it as a remote.
The new appealing feature that this year’s note has is the air gestures and Handwriting recognition. You can swipe the pen to change camera modes, change pictures in the gallery and zoom in the camera with circular motion gesture. The new feature addition were pretty handy and the handwriting recognition was very useful.

Overall:

It is a great phone to buy if you have the money that it needs. There is no problem with specifications and it is the best phone that you can buy in Nepal.

 

 

 

What are your thoughts on it?