The Galaxy Note 10 Features You Need To Know About

The Galaxy Note 10 Features You Need To Know About

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While the Galaxy Note series has historically been hit or miss, the 10th version gets the most right so far. Between phasing out unnecessary buttons to improving software capabilities, it can go toe to toe with any other smartphone brand.

The latest iteration is sure to

While the Galaxy Note series has historically been hit or miss, the 10th version gets the most right so far. Between phasing out unnecessary buttons to improving software capabilities, it can go toe to toe with any other smartphone brand.

The latest iteration is sure to please both long-term fans of the phone, as well as earning many new believers. Before you settle for the same smartphone you buy year after year, the Galaxy Note 10 has impressive upgraded features.

Fingerprint Identification

Rather than pressing a separate button, the Galaxy Note 10 has the sensor within the screen. In addition to an impressive liquid-like animation, it’s also a more accurate reader that scans your finger in the process.

Instead of taking a picture of your finger, the identification tool is actively combing through your skin’s unique ridgeline patterns. In addition to looking and sounding futuristic, it’s impressive to see scanners that perform more closely to real-world security features.

Improved Night Mode

It feels that this year, every phone manufacturer has a new Night Mode to show off to their keynote audience. And while it may not be the best Night Mode available, it certainly offers enough updated details to switch brands.

Not to be confused with similar-sounding menu settings, the camera’s newer Night Mode reduces noise in darker photos for clarity. And, ending one frustrating complaint by users, you can now manually toggle the setting on and off at any time.

Finally, you can enjoy superior selfies with front camera support, no longer leaving your self-portraits looking worse over wide shots. Enjoy snapping more photos in low-light conditions, night, bright exterior lighting, and more challenging settings for your shutterbug hobby needs.

Built-In Video Editor

Some Galaxy Note 10 users may not realize this, but you can have a built-in video editor app via download. While one would think that Samsung would offer it pre-installed, it’s a straightforward process to add to your phone after purchase.

Once set up, you can enjoy a straightforward editing UI that looks like any basic Microsoft editing software previously used. Unlike a Windows-based program, it’s incredibly easy to add music, photos, effects, and more helpful tools that anyone can use.

While a better smartphone video editor isn’t a deal-breaker, it certainly speeds the process of uploading videos to social media. For the content creator on the go, this could become a significant addition to consider in future Galaxy Note models.

Overall Speed & Performance

At first, it seems as though that other companies have already outpaced the Galaxy Note 10 in performance and RAM. Once you continue using the phone for a while however, it starts to feel like a different device regarding speed.

What makes the Galaxy 10 faster in the end is that your phone learns which apps you use the most. As a result, it rearranges which apps load, when, and battery temperature, as well as CPU, RAM, and other metrics.

The results are the apps you depend on most load more quickly. Those that rarely get used stay in hibernation. Due to the Galaxy 10’s superior RAM, it has been shown to outpace the fastest competitors by 16 seconds. 

Camera Hardware Performance

While this model doesn’t have as many camera lenses as part of its array, it isn’t far behind the pack. The differences noticed in comparing camera hardware soon becomes minimal at best when you’re snapping away all day or night.

Other companies have revealed that they focus on capturing more light and focus, while Samsung manages depth and color levels. While other brands advertise improved focus and clarity, the Galaxy Note 10 still takes professional-looking photos in virtually any setting.

And with the designers’ attention turned to both the rear and front-facing cameras, the latest Samsung is also the best. Experienced photographers and amateurs alike should feel satisfied with the quality of the photos they take.

Durability

Cameras and speed and storage get a lot of the glory. However, some users just want to know how durable the phone is. For example, will it ding, dent, or be scraped easily? All smartphones prioritize durability; however, the Galaxy Note 10 has performed exceedingly well in multiple drop tests. One thing of note, however, is that the phones sharper corners may put it at a disadvantage in some scenarios. 

 

In any scenario, you’ll want to make sure you invest in a case which can offer phone and camera protections against unsightly and frustrating scrapes, dings, dents, and drops. Thankfully, the MNML slim phone case is the world’s thinnest phone case; so if you want added protection and stye without the bulk, you’re in luck.

Bottom Line

The Galaxy Note 10 has a lot of cool features and functions to make most any smartphone user happy. It presents an attractive phone with an advanced camera and operating system and is clearly a step forward from its predecessors.

both long-term fans of the phone, as well as earning many new believers. Before you settle for the same smartphone you buy year after year, the Galaxy Note 10 has impressive upgraded features.

Fingerprint Identification

Rather than pressing a separate button, the Galaxy Note 10 has the sensor within the screen. In addition to an impressive liquid-like animation, it’s also a more accurate reader that scans your finger in the process.

Instead of taking a picture of your finger, the identification tool is actively combing through your skin’s unique ridgeline patterns. In addition to looking and sounding futuristic, it’s impressive to see scanners that perform more closely to real-world security features.

Improved Night Mode

It feels that this year, every phone manufacturer has a new Night Mode to show off to their keynote audience. And while it may not be the best Night Mode available, it certainly offers enough updated details to switch brands.

Not to be confused with similar-sounding menu settings, the camera’s newer Night Mode reduces noise in darker photos for clarity. And, ending one frustrating complaint by users, you can now manually toggle the setting on and off at any time.

Finally, you can enjoy superior selfies with front camera support, no longer leaving your self-portraits looking worse over wide shots. Enjoy snapping more photos in low-light conditions, night, bright exterior lighting, and more challenging settings for your shutterbug hobby needs.

Built-In Video Editor

Some Galaxy Note 10 users may not realize this, but you can have a built-in video editor app via download. While one would think that Samsung would offer it pre-installed, it’s a straightforward process to add to your phone after purchase.

Once set up, you can enjoy a straightforward editing UI that looks like any basic Microsoft editing software previously used. Unlike a Windows-based program, it’s incredibly easy to add music, photos, effects, and more helpful tools that anyone can use.

While a better smartphone video editor isn’t a deal-breaker, it certainly speeds the process of uploading videos to social media. For the content creator on the go, this could become a significant addition to consider in future Galaxy Note models.

Overall Speed & Performance

At first, it seems as though that other companies have already outpaced the Galaxy Note 10 in performance and RAM. Once you continue using the phone for a while however, it starts to feel like a different device regarding speed.

What makes the Galaxy 10 faster in the end is that your phone learns which apps you use the most. As a result, it rearranges which apps load, when, and battery temperature, as well as CPU, RAM, and other metrics.

The results are the apps you depend on most load more quickly. Those that rarely get used stay in hibernation. Due to the Galaxy 10’s superior RAM, it has been shown to outpace the fastest competitors by 16 seconds. 

Camera Hardware Performance

While this model doesn’t have as many camera lenses as part of its array, it isn’t far behind the pack. The differences noticed in comparing camera hardware soon becomes minimal at best when you’re snapping away all day or night.

Other companies have revealed that they focus on capturing more light and focus, while Samsung manages depth and color levels. While other brands advertise improved focus and clarity, the Galaxy Note 10 still takes professional-looking photos in virtually any setting.

And with the designers’ attention turned to both the rear and front-facing cameras, the latest Samsung is also the best. Experienced photographers and amateurs alike should feel satisfied with the quality of the photos they take.

Durability

Cameras and speed and storage get a lot of the glory. However, some users just want to know how durable the phone is. For example, will it ding, dent, or be scraped easily? All smartphones prioritize durability; however, the Galaxy Note 10 has performed exceedingly well in multiple drop tests. One thing of note, however, is that the phones sharper corners may put it at a disadvantage in some scenarios. 


In any scenario, you’ll want to make sure you invest in a case which can offer phone and camera protections against unsightly and frustrating scrapes, dings, dents, and drops. Thankfully, the MNML slim phone case is the world’s thinnest phone case; so if you want added protection and stye without the bulk, you’re in luck.

Bottom Line

The Galaxy Note 10 has a lot of cool features and functions to make most any smartphone user happy. It presents an attractive phone with an advanced camera and operating system and is clearly a step forward from its predecessors.