Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus

Samsung makes superb technology. Phones that check nearly every box of what you want in a device:- a clear, brilliant screen. Great cameras. Strong battery life. But it’s so years since all the individual parts come together in a way that makes me sit back. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus does that in a way that’s eluded Samsung phones since the tragic Galaxy Note 7.
This isn’t just a phone that has it all — it’s a phone I genuinely want to use. The Samsung Note 10 Plus is the total package and the best phone Samsung’s made in years.

The prismatic Aura Glow color I tested is utterly striking to look at, the features are nearly all best-of-breed. Samsung has even worked to close the gap between its camera tools and camera-centric rivals like the Huawei P30 Pro and Google Pixel 3. The Note 10 Plus also fixes my two major complaints about spring’s Galaxy S10 Plus the in-screen fingerprint reader is dramatically more accurate this time around, and its camera’s night mode improve photos quality in low light.


At the daytime photography is excellent, but the dedicated night mode is where Samsung really steps it up. This mode, found in the camera app, takes a few seconds to process a photo, really drawing out colors and details from a dark scene. I wish Samsung would add a count-down clock. so you know how long to hold the phone still, but photos taken in this mode can make a big difference.
Samsung’s color processing can over brighten in some night-mode scenarios. where auto mode actually produces a more pleasing, higher-contrast image so don’t plan to use it every time.

Battery life


I am impressed with the Note 10 Plus’ battery life on its 4,300-mAh battery. It took me from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. with a little life left to spare. The phone consistent powered up from 0% to 100% in about 60minutes. That’s on the 25-watt charger that comes in the box.

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