With the launch of the Samsung Note 10+, a new addition is now in the smartphone market for awesome flagship phones. The phone has come up with some super sleek design and some of the amazing features. But still, with plenty of competitors in the market, will it be able to retain the position of best flagship phone currently? Here we talk about some of its major features.
The camera has been taken as an important battleground for smartphones trying to impress the customers on the root level. The brand new Note 10+ comes with a set-up of quad-camera. The phone comes with a 12+12+16MP setup which looks lower than what we’ve been seeing in other flagship phones. The set of cameras include wide, telephoto and ultrawide lenses. The video has up to 2160p@30/60fps support. The selfie camera comes with 10 MP and the phone is still sticking without pop up. Even though the megapixels look disappointing in numbering, there are lots of other factors to look for that make cameras better. For a flagship phone, the cameras do not sound that new. We shall just have to try the phones to find the real quality behind the lenses.
Battery and Charging
Note 10+ comes with 4300mAh battery and a higher voltage fast-charge capability of 45W. For a Samsung phone, this battery capacity looks promising enough. With such a large display and performance scenarios, we need to see how the phone adjusts itself to reduce battery drainage. However, the specification for it looks good enough. But as a flagship phone? There might be competitors around! The fast-charging 45W is something to look upon here.
In this battle of pop up cameras, Samsung has decided to stay with its previous design of the front camera and still maintain the sleek look. The phone surely gives a fresh look with a 6.3-inch nearly bezel-free Infinity-O screen. Samsung has focused this time on better feel rather than just increasing the screen size by making it thinner and lighter instead. Also, the screencasts a silvery iridescence with changing hues as the light falls at different angles. The rest of the design looks pretty new and smooth.
The phone looks really the flagship in terms of power and performance. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ comes with Octa-Core CPU. Also, the phone comprises of Octa-Core Kyro GPU. We can expect the phone’s performance super be super smooth and powerful. However, it would have been best if the phone comprised of Snapdragon 855+ processor rather than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 CPU. So, we can’t see anything new for a flagship. The massive 12 GB RAM and up to 512 GB of internal storage give this phone a superpower for sure.
In this flagship addition, Samsung has used the 7nm chipset to the Note 10+. Also, Samsung has finally got rid of a 3.5mm headphone jack on its latest flagship series. The phone comes with an under-display fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and barometer. The new thing to see here is the availability of Bixby natural language commands and dictation.
Is it really the best?
There are a lot of things to be considered before calling it the best. Talking about the camera and other major specifications, it doesn’t seem to have brought anything new in the market. Such specifications have been seen already through brands like Huawei and One Plus. The sleek and fresh design is a plus point here. But we cannot just rely on design for a flagship phone, can we? The performance power seems to be the real killer, but everything else is not much exciting. The camera seems to be fought back easily by Huawei’s recent P30 Pro. Other specifications also do not seem much new. In terms of design that Samsung brings, this phone certainly looks like a flagship. But other specifications, it’s average at the given price range.