Are you still loving your Galaxy Note 10 or looking for a replacement?

On August 7, 2019, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. The Galaxy Note 10 can do anything, designed for people who want to do everything.

It includes laptop-level storage, an intelligent battery with super-fast charging, defense-grade security, and hyperfast 5G connectivity. With Samsung DeX extending the power of your phone to your PC and seamless Microsoft integration at your fingertips, you can get more done in record time.

It packed with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset, up to 12GB of RAM, the displays support HDR10+ and wired charging speeds (up to 45W). The Galaxy Note 10 devices are currently running One UI 2.1 with the most popular features of the Galaxy S20 series, almost all, which isn’t hardware dependent.

Here’s the list of eligible Samsung devices that will get the One UI 3.0/Android 11

The Galaxy Note 10 now has an improved Night Mode, Night Hyperlapse, Pro Video, Single Take, Intelligent Gallery, and more. You can now use the Quick Share app on the Galaxy Note 10 to easily share pictures, videos, and other files.

The Note 10 and Note 10+ have out-of-the-box charging speeds of 25W, while the Note 10+ can take advantage of even faster 45W charging (you will have to pay for the charger – $50). Don’t forget, you still have the unique S Pen. With the Note 10, the company continued to improve the S Pen and added even more features to it.

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The Galaxy Note 10+ is one of the best phones Samsung has to offer in 2020, only being outshined by the Galaxy S20. The Galaxy S20 devices have the newer Qualcomm processor, 120Hz display, an upgraded camera system, a larger battery, and give you up to 16GB of RAM. It’s the overall better smartphone, but that doesn’t mean the Galaxy Note 10+ should be ignored.

The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ continue to deliver an outstanding experience for those that are interested. The Note 10 devices even stand out from the Galaxy S20 devices in a couple of ways – just remember to its S Pen, more generous internal storage, and a lower price tag.

We want to know, how has it been like living with the Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+? Are you still loving your Galaxy Note 10 or looking for a replacement? Let us know in the comments below.

Are you still loving your Galaxy Note 10 or looking for a replacement?

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