|Official ✭||৳113,900 4G 12/256 GB|
|First Release||May 2019|
|Colors||Aura Glow, Aura White, Aura Black|
|Network||2G, 3G, 4G (5G support in 5G version only)|
|SIM||Hybrid Dual Nano SIM|
|WLAN||✅ dual-band, Wi-Fi direct, Wi-Fi hotspot|
|Bluetooth||✅ v5.0 – A2DP, LE, aptX|
|GPS||✅ A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO|
|Style||Max-View Punch-hole Phablet|
|Material||Gorilla Glass front & back, stainless steel frame|
|Water Resistance||✅ IP68 dust / waterproof (up to 1.5m for 30 mins)|
|Dimensions||162.3 x 77.2 x 7.9 millimeters|
|Resolution||Quad HD+ 3040 x 1440 pixels (498 ppi)|
|Technology||Dynamic AMOLED Touchscreen|
|Protection||✅ Corning Gorilla Glass|
|Features||Multitouch, HDR10+, Always-on display, Stylus Pen support (included)|
|Resolution||Quad 12+12+16 Megapixel & TOF 3D VGA|
|Features||Dual Pixel PDAF, OIS, 1.4, 123°, 77° & 45° FOV & more|
|Video Recording||Ultra HD 4K (2160p), HDR, dual-video recording, VDIS|
|Features||Dual Pixel PDAF, f/2.2, 80° wide, live focus & more|
|Video Recording||Ultra HD 4K (2160p), auto-HDR, dual-video call, VDIS|
|Type and Capacity||Lithium-ion 4300 mAh (non-removable)|
|Fast Charging||✅ 45W support (25W charger included in the box), Wireless Charging|
|Operating System||Android Pie v9.0, upgradable to Android 10 (One UI 2)|
|Chipset||Exynos 9825 (7 nm)|
|Processor||Octa core, up to 2.73 GHz|
|ROM||256 / 512 GB|
|MicroSD Slot||✅ up to 1 TB (uses SIM 2 slot)|
|Features||Loudspeaker, Dolby Atmos|
|Fingerprint||✅ Ultrasonic In-display|
|More||Samsung Knox Security & Secure Folder|
|Notification Light||✅ glowing around the punch-hole camera (via App)|
|Sensors||Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Barometer, Geomagnetic|
|More Features||– Samsung Pay (Visa, MasterCard certified)
– Wireless Screen Mirroring & DisplayPort (HDMI) over USB Type-C
– Samsung DeX Experience
1. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is a powerful all-in-one business phone
If you’re a power user who juggles a lot of things at once, the Galaxy Note 10+ is a good fit for you. The Note 10+ has a large 6.8-inch display and a large 4,300mAh battery that should easily get you through a day, and the phone also has wireless charging and fast charging capabilities.It may not have the sharpest quad-HD resolution display out there, but the Note 10+ works without a problem on a large variety of screens, making it a good portable workhorse if you aren’t always satisfied with an ultra-sharp display. The phone can also take advantage of wireless charging features, which works great if you choose to buy the wireless charger bundled with it, and is also better than not having the option at all. There’s also fast charging, which turns off your phone and connects it to a Qi-compatible pad to fully charge in half an hour.
Finally, there’s the S Pen. Samsung included a stylus that probably shouldn’t have taken so long to make. It shoots great stylus-like AF for diagrams and handwritten notes, and the pen gets really hot, so you may want to take it off while you’re using it so you don’t overheat. The S Pen is a fun accessory that unfortunately doesn’t do everything it should-you can’t copy text easily, for example, and you can’t draw or doodle on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ unless you pay Samsung $129 for a stylus pen bundle.
The S Pen works pretty well, but a cheap one won’t cut it. It’s not waterproof, and if it gets wet, it’s going to start flaking and eventually fall off. The dock, which is very handy, is also a bit flimsy and the arms are a little crooked. If you buy the Note 10+ with a S Pen, you get to pick the type of pen that the phone comes with. I prefer the Live Tags that come with the Note 10+, but the non-S Pen versions include an extra battery and better GPS.
Despite everything, the Galaxy Note 10+ isn’t perfect.
2. The Galaxy Note 10+ has a sleek design and attractive display that will appeal to any business professional
The Note 10+ has a sleek design and attractive display that will appeal to any business professional. It’s also incredibly powerful, running on Android 9.0 Pie and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. It also has a 6.8-inch Super AMOLED display that has a resolution of 3040 x 1440 pixels.The ultra-slim and sleek design of the Galaxy Note 10+ comes in at 227 grams, making it slightly thinner than the counterpart, and 89 grams lighter than the iPhone XR, which has a similar display. Coming in sleek and slim, the Note 10+ will secure a durable IP68 water and dust resistance rating. One of the standout features of the Note 10+ is the 5G support. Gadgets like the Apple iPhone 11 Pro or the Samsung Galaxy S10+ have 5G capabilities, but most devices don’t have such a high speed wireless technology. With the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, users will be able to take advantage of faster speeds than today’s cellular networks.
The Note 10+ also features wireless Qi wireless charging, lactate monitor, and a telephoto camera. All these features will make the device useful for people who want a powerful and stylish mobile device.
So, are the first two features worth the upgrade when the iPhone 11 Pro is available for $599 and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ is available for only $199.99? The answer is a strong yes.
5G is going to be a big deal in the future. If your business relies on speed and efficiency, 5G is going to be extremely important. A lot of the time, it’s all about how fast you can transfer files, at what data rate, and edit and create photos and videos. 5G uses invisible wavelengths, which means that it travels at a different speed than your cellular plan allows.
Network speeds will definitely be faster with the capabilities of 5G. This is especially important for video calls and online gaming. More lanes for transferring information means more speed for apps as well.
3. The Galaxy Note 10+ has plenty of memory and storage space, perfect for storing high-quality documents, images, videos, and more
The Galaxy Note 10+ has plenty of memory and storage space, perfect for storing high-quality documents, images, videos, and more.
The Galaxy Note 10+ offers beautiful Infinity Screen that features notches and bezels that offer a larger display area for your viewing pleasure. Storage Options may not be the greatest for some users, but they are perfectly fine for backing up your data. Expandable storage ensures you can write your novel to the cloud, transfer your projects from one device to another, or take photos for social media posts.
Battery Life is really one of the key specs to consider when purchasing a smartphone. The Galaxy Note 10+ manages to pack a lot of performance in for a solid 20 hours of use and beyond. Users should take note that it takes a little over 3 hours to fully charge this smartphone. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is available in two storage options, a no memory card option and a LTE + microSD slot. Download the full specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ below.
The Galaxy Note 10+ is available in a wide range of beautiful, minimalist black, white, and green color options. No matter the color, you’ll be seeing a crisp, Infinity Display with a symmetrical, lightweight design. Every touch point provides purposeful design.
It’s almost like Samsung took the best elements from its AMOLED smartphone displays and then blended them with beautiful curved corners.
A premium formulation of Gorilla Glass 5 provides a scratch-resistant exterior. Thanks to the robust construction, the device is robustly designed and feels durable.
LTE Category 14 (900/1800/1900 MHz) + 4G VoLTE Category 15 (2300/2100 MHz)
4. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is designed with high quality cameras that are great for taking pictures or video of anything you need to document
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is designed with 12 cameras that are great for taking pictures or video of anything you need to document. It has a dual-lens camera on the back and a wide-angle camera on the front. The rear dual-lens camera has a 12 MP wide-angle lens and a 16 MP telephoto lens.There is also a face unlock on the phone when you press a button on the side of the phone. These cameras are perfect for selfies right from your own device. The front camera has a 2 MP sensor up front, which also features a feature called Project Soli. This is a new software app that will allow you to take virtually panoramic pictures. It is also good for taking selfies. The front-facing camera is another two megapixels, which is excellent for selfies. You have a standard selfie camera and selfie flash, and you can record videos in 720p and offload the video quality to Google’s Stadia service. The rear of the device has a 6.3 MP monochrome camera with a wide-angle lens to get a great selfie.
Design wise, the phone looks quite similar to the Note 10 in terms of the chassis of the phone and the all-screen design. The real differentiator is the use of the dual-lens camera lens on the back. Samsung has given the phone a chin-shaped camera bulge on the back, and there’s a boxy all-screen design.
The phone has dual stereo speakers that can produce excellent sound. For watching videos, the phone has a 65 watt-hour battery that supports fast charging. This is a good battery considering how small the phone is, but it will run out eventually. The device is IP68 or water-resistant, so it should handle some major splashes.
The device comes with 3,600 mAh batteries for all of its battery-powered features, including wireless charging. In terms of performance, the Galaxy Note 10+ cashes out from where the Note 9 at and that is the single-core processor.