Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+ are now available

Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+ are now available

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Samsung closed the camera gap with rivals and created a top-of-the-line phone for people who want the best Android has to offer.

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The Galaxy Note 10 Plus looks like the big-screen phone to beat. Although the price is quite steep at $1,099, you get one of the best and most immersive displays ever in a phone along with strong performance and long battery life. And while Samsung has not caught up to Google and Huawei in photography, the Note 10 Plus is still a very capable camera phone with a compelling Night mode and intriguing video effects.

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Let’s put this device into prospective, at $1,699 with 256MB of memory this device is expensive. But what you get is a cutting edge smartphone, pro camera, and a unique PC capability device that via the use of a very clever S Pen delivers a host of…

By IndianExpress
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Samsungs latest flagship Galaxy Note 10 Plus will attract you, no matter how many times you ignore this beasty smartphone. There is a mystique, an aura behind the new Galaxy Note 10+ that establishes it as a category-defining model, and while the…

By Mashable
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The Galaxy Note 10+ is the best big phone of the year (again), but Samsung plays it safe by not challenging the status quo.

By The Verge
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That means, for most people, it really does come down to the S Pen stylus. It may work like a wand, but it’s not so magical that I think non-stylus people will be enchanted enough to spend hundreds of dollars extra to get the Note 10 Plus.

By Engadget
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Not every decision Samsung made when building the Galaxy Note 10+ was a winner. But its blend of performance, an immersive screen and some clever S Pen tricks mean it’s still the best big phone out there right now. If you never felt any affection for the Note line in the past, though, you probably won’t find much here to change your mind.

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Smartphone life has settled into a fairly predictable trajectory, and little underscores that more clearly than this new Samsung phablet. The Note 10+ is bigger, faster, shinier, more feature-packed, and longer-lasting than its predecessor, as well as…

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It’s not perfect and we didn’t expect it to be a perfect smartphone. It does remove a few things that people won’t like – like that headphone jack. But as an overall package, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is still a buy, in our opinion. Some of the things we talked about here can be fixed with a software update. Like the issues with Live Focus, though we don’t really expect that to happen right away. Since Live Focus has been like this for the past few flagship releases (Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 9, etc). And the other issues are really first-world problems.

By AndroidCentral
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It’s like a Galaxy S10+, but slightly better in several ways. With a bigger screen, more battery, higher-end specs and the truly unique S Pen. You just have to be willing to pay a considerable amount extra for those marginal improvements — and lose the headphone jack in the process.

By PCMag IN
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is a big, powerful phone that’s good for artists and note-takers.

By TheStraitsTimes
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For the first time in five years, the Samsung Galaxy Note phablet series comes in two screen sizes – 6.3 and 6.8 inches. The Note10 and the larger Note 10+ will be available on Saturday (Aug 24).Apart from the difference in screen sizes,…

By Phone Arena
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Considering all of this, we still love the Note 10+. It’s an excellent, beautiful all-around phone. We do, however, wish it pushed the boundaries a little more in certain aspects.

By ZDNet
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As amazing as the Note 10 Plus is, it’s not an automatic purchase for Note 9 users. If you have a Note 8 or earlier version of the Note then you should probably take advantage of the trade-in deals to secure a Note 10 Plus. Then again, we see Samsung drop the prices and offer lots of special deals within a month or two after launch so you may want to wait to see what holiday specials appear on the Note 10 Plus.

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