Samsung Galaxy Note 10: But why? - Galaxy User Guide

Hey guys, what is up I'm Cathy HD here, and this is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 year process. It's missing a bunch of what the Note 10 plus has and it's still 950 bucks and I still sort of like it. Let's talk about it. If I'm a perfectly real person you can't ask if Samsung should have called this? The s10 II was a trimmed version of the s10, but for a bit less money, so I think the best way to review it is. This phone is basically to show exactly what's different about this note, 10 versus note 10 plus that I just dropped a 15 minute video, so I will link this full review right below the Like button.

Fifty bucks cheaper, like I said who posted at 9:49 to start and it is kind of a little brother and I say that, because the most obvious difference is it now physically smaller, normally I'd always go for the largest possible version of any phone, but so many phones have all gotten so big these days that it's actually kind of refreshing having a smaller flagship phone. It's actually really nice not having to stretch to reach the top on these giant phones. I don't have any one-handed assist feature on this phone anymore - it's kind of nice! You know I've been a while since I have used a phone that is actually this small, which is plenty to say about a Galaxy Note.

You know still the boxy overall shape and another spec difference that a lot of people tense about is that it's now a 1080p display instead of the 1440p that the big brother had now. This spec is a perfect example of something that matters to many people, much more on paper than in real life, such as if you haven't seen the Galaxy Note 10. If you haven't used this phone in actuality you might see on the specification sheet that it is such an expensive phone, but it only has a 1080p display and it sticks like a sore thumb out, but in reality this display is pretty much great with this resolution. Colors still look pretty good, it's just mainly smaller the hole punch cut out, even though it's a small bit bigger, since the phone is smaller.

I think that if it was a notch like the iPhone, I'd find it a bit more intrusive. Then again, I still miss not having 90 Hertz or any sort of high refresh rate. Aesthetically is pretty much the same as the big brother, just shrunken down, which makes things more reachable, more pocketable, and more holdable. The fingerprint reader is the same, and the buttons are the same, but they are even more reachable so they're a little bit lower - I didn't have a problem to reach them on the note 10+ - but if you did, these are a little closer. The software is also the same, but for some reason - and they did that on the Galaxy s- 10 II - and also on the smaller phone - they don't give you the option to change screen resolution on a phone with a 1440p display.

They let you choose if you want to jump down to 1080 or to backup on a phone with 1080p display, they hide it. Perhaps it's because they think it's fine to just leave it at 1080 max res every time I don't know, but I would have liked to have seen the option here, since this is the Galaxy Note, the S Pen is exactly the same. I was actually kind of wondering if the smaller phone would get a smaller stylus but no exact same stylus on the bigger phone with all the same features and gestures and then performance is for all intents and purposes the same, but with some small specs differences. Actually 3500 milliamp hours is a bit small for a flagship in 2019, but after using it for a while it became obvious that it doesn't matter as much because it has a 1080p display.

If you raise the resolution on the 10 Plus, you will begin to see worse battery life. I kind of left it in the middle on time with my four and a half hours screen time. This phone with the smaller battery, but a 1080p display, got me those same great numbers for the battery about a 4-hour battery life, which is pretty good battery life and note 10 also lacks the support for the superfast 45 watt, ultra fast charger I don't know if that is a space thing or just a cost saving thing, but it will still be in the box with the 25 watt charger, which is pretty good. If you receive the expense of a more expensive, it won t work with 10 plus and then note 10, while I said it does have the same cameras.

Sensing like that, although it still does Remote and live focus port, video fine. Overall, you know there's a good amount missing but it is also very much a premium phone with a premium build and high-end specs and it turns out the things that were the most concerning to me were the display and the battery life. You know lots of smart people working there, but back in March, it seems like they have made a phone that is better in many ways than the note and for less money. It has a larger higher resolution, it has 6.4 inches and 1440p, same ultrasonic, fingerprint sensor, better speakers, and it basically has the same triple cameras on the back but sideways instead of vertical and you get a second sensor on the front.

Fear a depth, sensing that the note doesn't have - and it's obviously much more rounded and tapered, but you also get that extra button, so Bixby fans, it is remappable and basically you trade the s-pen for a headphone jack and a much larger 4100 million battery. It starts at I don't eight hundred bucks right now and B's and you can find it for way less than that and then the note is 950. You know s-pen and all, but just wanted it to be smaller and the notes had always been a big phone. Samsung makes the phone that has been their biggest for the past couple years. This phone is for those people, so that puts you in like a very specific Venn diagram with people who don't care too much about the specs or the missing features of the couple.

Would it be really refreshing having a flagship phone be smaller even though it's still a 6.3 inch display? But all that said I would still go for one plus 7 pro over this note and over the S10 plus that it costs less than both of these phones, and it has a high refresh rate display that I've been so raving about lately. I really hope a lot of phones in the future pick up on are gonna miss things like the better cameras here and wireless charging but that's where I'd go but at least now we can answer the question in the title whoo. This phone is for this small group of people could be you in either way thanks for watching catch, the guys in the next peace..

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