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Galaxy Note 10 Review – Enjoy A Big Screen With A Compact Design

The Galaxy Note brand was built around delivering the biggest screen real estate and that’s exactly what Samsung ensured with the Galaxy Note 10 too. However, the best thing about this smartphone is its delightfully small design without compromising on the screen size. You have to make a few trade-offs though as the phone doesn’t feature a slot for microSD card and doesn’t have a headphone jack either. Here we have our complete Galaxy Note 10 review to give you a few insights into the Note 10 device.


Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is without a doubt one of the strikingly amazing smartphones out there today, particularly if you want something in the Aura Glow color. It delivers kind of a silvery iridescence which changes hues when the light strikes at it from different angles. It is also available in Aura White, Aura Blue, and Aura Black colors.

What’s most impressive about the design of this smartphone is how it feels when you hold it. It is 6.3 inches in size and boasts a screen slightly smaller compared to the 6.4-inch screen of the older Galaxy Note 9. However, it is remarkably lighter and thinner weighing only 5.9 ounces with the dimensions of 5.9x2.8x0.31. Overall, it looks and feels better than its predecessor.


The Samsung Note 10 comes with a 6.3” Infinity-O display with a cutout placed towards the top center of its panel. Its Dynamic AMOLED display offers 2280x1080 pixels which offers great colors and boasts HDR 10+ certification – same as the larger Note 10 Plus.

Overall, the display is among the brightest ones around and is quite accurate as well. Offering 674 nits full-screen brightness, the panel in Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is slightly overshadowed by the one featured in its Plus variant. Still, it produces pretty accurate colors.


Those who have used Galaxy S10 or the Plus variant of the smartphone won’t find the camera in Note 10 to be too exciting to upgrade to. The smartphone features the same combo of 16 megapixels ultra-wide lens, 12 megapixels regular lens, and 12 megapixels telephoto lens. The combination offers a wonderful photography experience and works the best in automatic mode.

Note 10 may not be the best camera smartphone out there, but it does offer a solid experience which may still be better than your existing smartphone. It also comes with improved video recording features with better image stabilization tech. The Live Focus Video is also an exciting new feature.


If you’re in the US, you will get Galaxy Note 10 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset while those in the UK will get their hands on one with Exynos 9825 chipset built with 7nm EUV tech. The newest flagship chipset from Samsung delivers better and more efficient performance results compared to the predecessor.

Besides, the Note 10 comes equipped with 8GB RAM with 256 GB storage. That’s certainly enough if you’re an average user. If you need more, however, then you should go with Note 10 Plus that packs 512 GB of space and also extends support for microSD cards.

Battery Life

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 comes with a 3500 mAh battery. It may not deliver the best of battery life, but it is quite enough to deliver a day of normal use on your device.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 does come with its goods and bads but it offers a reasonable experience for the average user. If you prefer a big screen in a compact handset, this certainly is the one for you!

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