3 reasons to purchase the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10. At this year’s UNPACKED event, Note 10 and Note 10+, Samsung announced two new flagships. Both smartphones bring a range of new features and a powerful new chipset, but one always wonders whether or not the upgrade is worthwhile.
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3 reasons to purchase the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10
If we look back, there were always excellent sales from the Note series. The Korean giant pulled back with Note 8 and then Note 9 despite Samsung’s fiasco with the Galaxy Note 7. We have the 10th edition of the Note series this year, and Samsung has introduced a completely brand new design with a new in-house chipset, the Exynos 9825.
Check our article here for the full specifications of both phones. Below we will explain why the Galaxy Note 10 is now an appropriate upgrade for most phones:
1. Finally, Samsung has the right design
The Note 10 series features a glass sandwich design with two curved pieces of Corning Gorilla Glass being used by Samsung on a metal frame. The phone’s aesthetics looks attractive by all accounts. Plus the design of the Aura Glow looks totally superb with the vibrant colours that shine in wide daylight. The phone’s hands-on reviews also detailed that it offers an extremely comfortable grip despite the fact that both phones look extremely big but give a premium feel.
2. The display size for the S-Pen is right
Perhaps this is the first time that Samsung has maximized the display size for the S-Pen’s true effectiveness. In my opinion, most people would go for Note 10+ as it not only fulfils a primary phone’s purpose but also acts as a tablet. The Note 10 + is essentially the phablet we’ve all been waiting for. The 6.8-inch display is not only sufficient for note-taking but with a resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels and HDR+ AMOLED panel, the phone will definitely provide the best experience when watching movies or playing PUBG with your friends.
3. The triple camera setup is suitable for photos and videos of all kinds
The Note 10 series Triple Camera setup, which consists of a configuration of 12MP+16MP+12MP, is now appropriate for most pictures and videos. While some may argue that there are 48MP phones on the market, it is important to bear in mind that the size of the photos and videos can easily crowd the storage.
This configuration is more than sufficient for all users of the smartphone out there, even those who are looking for a companion who can rival DSLR cameras. The front camera also provides a video recording of 1440 pixels at 30 frames per second and a dual video calling feature.