Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review

In my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review I take a look at the latest on offer in the Note range. An amazing phone packed with high-end features both for entertainment and work. The S Pen is superb as it can do more than ever before with clicks and gestures.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 build



The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 features a 6.3-inch Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED Display. The dynamic part of the display is for the technology that adapts to both bright daylight and night. The screen has a FHD+ resolution of 2,280x 1,080 pixels.


The Note has an Always On Display and the front-facing camera lens is housed in a small dot. This means you get immersed in the action without the selfie lens causing distraction.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is made with Corning Gorilla Glass 6 and metal. It has incredibly small bezels around the display. The phone comes in a choice of Aura Black and Aura Glow. The Note 10 measures 7.9mm and weighs in at 168g. It is IP68 certified, so splashes and dust are not a problem.


Samsung Galaxy Note 10 features



The Note 10 has a 2.73GHz octa-core processor with 8GB RAM. This is simply the best processor around. It has been coupled with a slimmer vapour chamber cooling system. There is an enhanced NPU as well as improved AI features.


An on-screen ultrasonic fingerprint scanner maps the valleys and ridges of your fingerprint, for invisible security. If you prefer, you can use Face Recognition by simply looking at the phone it will unlock. This Samsung phone comes with a huge 256GB internal memory.

The S Pen is what makes the Note 10 stand out from other phones. This latest version has many uses. With Text Export, you can turn handwritten notes into text for sharing. Air Actions (clicks and waves) allow you to use the S Pen to:

  • Zoom with the camera
  • Flip through photos
  • Play and pause video
  • Adjust the volume
  • Write screen off memos



The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 uses Samsung’s own One UI, which makes interactions more natural. It is based on Google’s Android 9 Pie operating system and adds further options such as customisable Edge Panels.



Bixby Quick Commands simplify tasks such as checking the weather, your schedule, or sending texts. Bixby Vision lets you translate foreign text or find out more about the world around you. Bixby will learn your routines and get certain apps ready or mute notifications when required.


The Note 10 has a 3,500mAh battery, which is enough to support Wireless PowerShare. Here, you can place a phone or your Galaxy Buds on the Note 10, and use its power reserves to charge them. The phone supports Fast Wireless Charging although you will have to purchase your own wireless charger.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 camera

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has a triple camera made up of:

  • 16MP Ultra Wide Camera – 123-degree field-of-vision
  • 12MP Wide-angle Camera – a dual aperture lens adjust to the surrounding brightness
  • 12MP Telephoto Camera – 2x optical zoom



Capturing great looking photos is as easy as can be with Live Focus, Scene Optimiser, and Flaw Detection.


Video features are advanced with bokeh video. You can now adjust the background blur of your recordings and add effects in real-time. The Super Steady feature removes the effects of shaking hands so you get smooth video. The Video editor supports the S Pen and lets you insert transitions, change the speed or add subtitles.


The 10MP selfie camera that has been updated for better low light photos. You can get great shots during a night out with friends or capture great cityscapes.

I have always been a fan of the Note range and this latest version is no exception. An amazing display, fantastic camera and innovative S Pen give you everything the Note is known for. If you are looking for amazing performance and a phone that can do handle work and entertainment, the Galaxy Note 10 is the one.

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