Samsung Note 10 Plus Review 2022: An In-Depth Look at the Features and Specifications

Samsung Note 10 Plus Review 2022
Samsung Note 10 Plus Review 2022

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus features a big 6.8-inch screen, an upgraded camera system, and a nifty S Pen.
Before you run out and buy the Samsung Note 10 Plus in 2022, it’s important to do some research on the device’s features and specifications first. After all, your time might be better spent looking at other options than spending money on something that doesn’t provide value to you. In this review of the Samsung Note 10 Plus, we take an in-depth look at all the phone’s features and specifications before making our final recommendation about whether or not you should buy it. Read on to learn more!

Why choose the Note 10 plus?

Even though many people might not be familiar with its predecessor, Samsung makes a wide range of similar devices. This allows them to fine-tune their products before they go on sale. It was only logical that they’d take their knowledge and make an upgraded version of last year’s model. The Samsung Note 10 plus has many exciting features that make it one of a kind. To understand these features, you need to know how long smartphones have been in existence, what differentiates phones from other gadgets such as tablets or laptops, and how Samsung has used new technologies for its newest phone. These issues are all part of what makes up my review 2022 for upcoming release models.

Samsung Note 10 Plus features

  • The Note 10 Plus comes loaded with impressive specs and features.
  • This device's new chipset, the Exynos 9825 (instead of Snapdragon 855) is faster and more efficient than its predecessor, although it is only marginally faster.
  • Moreover, it comes with an upgraded Stylus Pen - a pen-sized touch screen device.
  • With the S Pen, there are some impressive new features like 'Air Actions'. The pen is wielded like a conductor's baton - allowing you to switch seamlessly from one shooting mode to another, even zooming in as you take pictures.
  • 256Gb of storage is standard, or you can add a microSD card for up to 1TB of storage.
  • Finally, the 5G variant of the Note 10 Plus can be purchased for around a hundred pounds more than the standard version.

Samsung Note 10 Plus size and design

Samsung's Galaxy S7 boasts a 6.8-inch screen, which is the largest screen on a Samsung phone to date, perfect for watching movies and TV shows. The top of the display is adorned with an aspherical hole punch for the selfie camera. The Note 10 Plus's curved, shiny edges make it feel comfortable in the hand, regardless of its size. In addition, the Note 10 Plus has a robust Gorilla Glass back that makes it not only look stylish but also durable. The S10 doesn't have the S10's 3.5mm headphone jack, though, which is bad news for users of wired headphones. The Samsung Galaxy buds don't come with the box, even though you can now buy them online.

Samsung Note 10 Plus Review 2022

Samsung Note 10 Plus camera

Apple's 2019 flagship phones aren't quite as good as the Note 10 Plus's cameras, but they're still impressive. Besides the 12-megapixel camera, there is a 16-megapixel, ultra-wide lens camera as well. Also included is a front camera with a 10-megapixel resolution. The phone's time of flight (ToF) sensor measures the depth of field more accurately and works well with the phone's AR Doodles and Emoji features.

Samsung Note 10 Plus durability

With its plus-size design, the Samsung Note 10 Plus has everything you'd expect from a flagship smartphone of its size.
Does it have the durability and reliability you need? According to online drop tests conducted on it, it is exceptionally durable. In spite of spending weeks in our pocket rubbing against keys and change, it came out without any scratches.

S Pen Tips

You might know what a stylus is (or you might not), but here’s a quick refresher: The S Pen is Samsung’s proprietary name for their stylus, which comes with all of their flagship smartphones. This review looks in-depth at some of the ways you can use an S Pen on a Samsung Note 10 Plus, including accessing shortcuts through Air Command, an application that allows users to quickly access common features on their device.

What’s the battery like?

The Samsung Note 10 Plus is powered by a huge 4,300mAh battery that should provide up to 10 hours of battery life. It’s fairly standard for flagship devices; however, considering that other companies are finding ways to pack even larger batteries into their own smartphones without sacrificing design or style, we were hoping for more from Samsung. That said, we can’t really complain about how well it holds up over time. It will last a full day with moderate use but don’t expect much longer than that on a single charge.

Is the Samsung Note 10 waterproof?

There is an IP68 rating on Note 10 Plus, which means it can withstand dust and dirt as well as survive 1.5m underwater for up to 30 minutes.

Samsung Note 10 Plus cost and pricing

It's not cheap, as you might expect. The Samsung Note 10 Plus costs around £849. It is the larger of Samsung's Note family. The contract for the phone is about £30 per month if that's too expensive for you.

The Verdict

The Samsung Note 10 Plus offers a solid combination of great design, smooth performance, powerful cameras, and a compelling display. The camera software has been improved to make photos look better. It can even shoot in Super Resolution mode for sharp shots that rival what you’d get from a DSLR. An OLED screen is one of Samsung’s best; it boasts vivid colors and excellent viewing angles that make for an immersive experience watching movies or playing games. And with its high-resolution 3040 x 1440 display, everything looks stunningly crisp no matter what you’re doing on it. Overall, users looking for a premium device should be thrilled with their purchase when they pick up one of these phones. Even with improved battery life, it isn't the dramatic improvement some Samsung fans might have hoped for from the S10 series. Moreover, let's be honest, this isn't the cheapest phone on the market. That said, the device is still amazing. Samsung's Note Plus might be just what you're looking for if you prefer phablets.
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