According to the rumors, Samsung is said to be working on “Lite” versions of its Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. It turns out the rumors were true because Samsung has since officially announced both the Galaxy S10 Lite and the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, both of which will be priced lower and more affordably than its “regular” counterparts.
Several months ago, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 10. However, if the rumors are to be believed, the company might actually have a newer model in the works in the form of the Galaxy Note 10 Lite. As the name suggests, this could be a less powerful version of the Note 10, which could also hint at a lower price tag.
One of the new features that got everyone pretty excited about when the iPhone 11 smartphones were announced, was the promise of battery life that would last hours longer than the previous gen iPhones. Many thought it was marketing hyperbole, but based on the reviews we’ve read so far, it seems that Apple has indeed delivered what they promised.
If you think that the only difference between the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Note 10 would be the S Pen, think again. There are some minor hardware differences, but there are also some differences in the software that help to set them apart from each other. Naturally, this means that there will be some features that some Galaxy S10 users will be missing, and vice versa.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is the latest and greatest smartphone that the Korean tech giant has to offer now. It features the latest hardware like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset and 12GB of RAM. So the question is, how will it fare in terms of speed when pitting it against the iPhone XS Max, a phone that has mostly dominated the speed tests to date.
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The Galaxy Note 10 represent’s Samsung’s most powerful handset of 2019, and as such, potential buyers expect the best in terms of camera performance. We ran some side by side tests with the Galaxy S10+ camera, which we previously reviewed in-depth, along with other phones such as the iPhone Xs Max and the Huawei P30 Pro for high-stakes performance comparison.
If there is one thing that Samsung does really well, it would be its displays in which they generally come off as looking very vibrant with nice deep and rich colors. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is no exception and if you like what you see, you might be interested to learn that the upcoming iPhone 11 could potentially come with similar display tech.
When Apple first announced plans to kill off the headphone jack, many made fun of them, although to be fair, Apple did give them a fair bit of ammunition by proclaiming that their decision was a brave one. One of the companies that mocked Apple relentlessly over the years was Samsung, who put out ad after ad mocking the iPhone’s lack of a headphone jack.
Samsung Just Launched the Galaxy Note 10, the high-end smartphone that should be the culmination of the 2019 line-up. We took a close look at it, and we can share our first impressions and analysis of the line-up and the technological implications on how it affects your user experience.
When it comes to Samsung’s Galaxy Note series of smartphones, the company typically launches on variant of the phone, unlike the Galaxy S series which typically comes in normal and Plus models. However, this year, the rumors are claiming that Samsung could bring a Plus version to its Note series, and it looks like it has been confirmed.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be officially launched on the 7th of August. If the handset intrigues you and you wouldn’t mind getting it as your next smartphone, then you might be interested to learn that Samsung has recently opened up the Note 10 for reservations, a few weeks ahead of its launch.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be launched next month and for the most part, it is largely assumed that it could come in two variants where one will be powered by a Qualcomm chipset, and the other will be powered by a Samsung Exynos chipset. Thanks to recent benchmarks, we have an idea of what to expect.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be officially announced next month, but for those who are eagerly-anticipating the handset, additional leaks have revealed a new feature that will be headed to the phone. If the reports are to be believed, it has been suggested that the Note 10 could come with its own IR blaster.
Samsung is no stranger to audio products as in the past, we have seen the company launch a variety of headphones and speakers. However, it seems that the company could have a new pair of headphones in the works that could be debuting alongside the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10.