Galaxy Note 10 Plus (Galaxy Note 10+) Analysis

Galaxy Note 10 Plus: A cellphone that has it almost all but headphone port

Where to buy it:
Best buy$1,099.99
B&H Photo-Video$949.99

Good: The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus has a design that looks and feels very premium, its screen is excellent, and its performance is as you would expect. Its battery is long-lasting, it has very versatile cameras (with night mood) and the best optical pencil in a cell phone with a lot of functions. In addition, it has a micro SD slot, is waterproof, can be wirelessly charged and can charge other devices in the same way


Bad: It is an expensive cell phone, does not have a traditional headphone jack nor include adapter (only USB-C headphones), its Flight Time camera is not much different than the one from the Note 10 currently, its fingerprint reader leaves something to desire, and it is a big cellphone.


Conclusion: The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is the complete cell phone you can purchase (even though it does not have a traditional headphone jack) and the best Samsung cell phone until now, but it does not mean to be necessary for everyone.


The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus (or Samsung Galaxy Note 10+) is a cell phone that has it almost all.


The cell phone has an impressive design, top-notch specifications, the best optical pencil you can find in a cell phone, one of the best cameras on the market, a reliable, long-lasting battery, and many more functions we need. With all of this, there is no doubt it is part of our best cell phones of the year list, and by now, maybe the best cell phone you can purchase if you do not care about its high cost (the initial US $1,099).


However, there are cell phones that do not count with similar specifications and costs less, for example, the OnePlus 7 Pro that has up to 12GB of RAM, the same Snapdragon 855 processor and up to 256GB of storage and is priced at the US $669 and up to the US $749. Of course, it is not waterproof, it does not have a MicroSD slot, it cannot be wirelessly charged, and it does not have so many functions.


For its part, the LG G8 ThinQ has the same processor, is another cell phone that is even more complete than the OnePlus 7 Pro (it is waterproof, can be wirelessly charged, etc.) and offers even higher fidelity sound than the Galaxy Note 10 Plus and has better facial recognition (3D vs. 2D), but although it offers fewer features it costs from the US $449. Of course, that cell phone does not have the same versatility and quality of cameras like the Galaxy Note 10 Plus nor do so many functions or reversible wireless charging.


Something interesting is that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus was not the only addition that the Galaxy Note 10 had, but that the company also introduced 5G versions with the same features and simply called Galaxy Note 10 5G and Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G. However, the 5G version of the regular model is not currently sold in the United States and will have a more limited initial sale.


This is the second time that Samsung presents more than one Galaxy Note since in 2014 it introduced the Note 4 together with the Galaxy Note Edge. But it is the first time that the company presents three or four models under the name Note in the same generation, and this can make it a bit confusing to choose one, especially because they also closely resemble the other four Galaxy S10 that is available.


The best of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus

  • It is very attractive, and its glass is Gorilla Glass 6.
  • Aura Glow is an attractive color we had not seen until now
  • Screen practically without bezels
  • Excellent performance
  • Very versatile cameras with good results.
  • Although its blurred background video recording is not perfect, it is attractive and works better than before.
  • Blurred background photos offer four different effects, and these can be changed or edited until after the photo is taken.
  • It has a MicroSD slot, something that Note 10 does not have.
  • It is Samsung’s flagship phone with faster charging (up to 45 watts with cable and 15 watts wirelessly).
  • Offers reliable battery life.
  • Its S Pen is still the best optical pencil you can find on a cell phone
  • Samsung DeX not only allows you to convert it into a desktop CPU but now it has that experience on Windows and Mac.
  • Link to Windows allows more access to the cell phone from your Windows computer.

The worst

  • It does not have a headphone jack nor includes an adapter that facilitates its transition.
  • The fourth rear lens (ToF) is not widely used, mainly for AR Doodles and the 3D scanner app that is not yet enabled.
  • AR Doodles and control the cell phone with gestures is a function that I don’t think most will use frequently.
  • The cell phone body attracts fingerprints very much.
  • All buttons are on the left side edge, so the power button has its own learning curve.
  • All buttons are on the left side edge, so the power button has its own learning curve.
  • It is expensive.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus: Features and Specifications 

Display6.8 inches, first cell phone screen with HDR + certification (Dynamic OLED)
Resolution3,040×1,440 pixels
Processor2.84GHz Snapdragon 855 / 2.7GHz Exynos 9825, depending on the market
Storage256GB, 512GB (UFS 3.0)
MicroSD slotYes
Battery4,300mAh (not removable)
Operating systemAndroid Pie (One UI)
Fast charging25 watts (25W) with charger included, but supports 45 watts (45W) with a compatible adapter
Wireless chargingYes with PowerShare (reversible charging) and charging up to 15 watts (15W)
ConnectivityWi-Fi 6 (2.4 and 5GHz) MU-MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0
Samsung PayYes, through NFC and MST
Unlock functionsScreen fingerprint reader, facial recognition, pattern, PIN, password
Rear cameraFour 12 megapixels (variable f / 1.5 and f / 2.4) with optical stabilization (80 degrees); 16 megapixel wide-angle (f / 2.2 of 123 degrees); 12 megapixel telephoto (f / 2.1 of 45 degrees) with optical stabilization; Flight Time (ToF)
Front camera10 megapixels (f / 2.2)
SoundDouble speaker with Dolby Atmos
ConnectivityUp to 7CA, LAA, LTE Cat.20 (Note 10 Plus 5G with Sub6 / mmWave)
Weight196 grams


Price and where to buy the Galaxy Note 10 Plus


The Galaxy Note 10 Plus price is $ 1,099 for the 256GB version of storage, but you can also buy a 512GB version of storage that is priced at $ 1,199 in the United States.


The Samsung cell phone can be purchased in Aura Glow (glowing silver), Aura White (white), Aura Black (black), and Aura Blue (blue) color, but the blue color will be available only at and Best Buy, at least at launch.


AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless, Xfinity Mobile, Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Target, and Walmart will be some of the operators and stores where you can buy the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.


Galaxy Note 10 Plus offers:


Best Buy: If you want to buy the unlocked Galaxy Note 10 Plus, you can buy it with a $ 100 discount at Best Buy ($ 999).


Verizon: The offer of the Verizon Galaxy Note 10 Plus is that by buying a unit, you can receive a free Galaxy Note 10 (the US $ 949).


T-Mobile: Similar to Verizon, the T-Mobile offer gives you a Galaxy Note 10 or $ 950 discount on the second Note 10 Plus you buy.


AT&T: The AT&T offer also allows you to obtain a free Galaxy Note 10 for the purchase of the Plus.


Sprint: With Sprint’s lease plan, users can get the cell phone with a 50 percent discount.


Xfinity Mobile: The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is on sale if you activate a new line and change your phone number. With this, Xfinity Mobile gives you a prepaid card valued at US $ 250.


The Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G is available on Verizon and will then arrive at AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile in the coming months. The price of the Note 10 5G is the US $ 1,299 for the 256GB version of storage, while the 512GB version is priced at US $ 1,399.


Users who buy the Note 10 Plus can also receive 6 months free of Spotify Premium.


  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus (price in Mexico): 27,999 pesos.
  • Galaxy Note 10 Plus (price in Spain): 1,109 euros.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G: A Note 10 Plus simply with 5G


Unlike the Galaxy S10 5G (which was not only the unique cell phone in the Galaxy S series to offer 5G connectivity and that integrated a larger screen, more cameras, and a larger capacity battery) the 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10 is simply a Note 10 Plus with that connectivity.


This means that the general specifications are exactly the same. Its design does not change, and the only difference is in that connectivity, and in that, it weighs 2 grams more (something that surely you will not notice).

Galaxy Note 10 Plus
Galaxy Note 10 Plus

Galaxy Note 10 Plus vs. Note 10


The Galaxy Note 10 Plus and Note 10 have exactly the same design, with glass on the back and front, metal frame, a single front camera perforated on the screen, without a headphone jack, and with the renowned S Pen stylus.

The differences:

  • Larger screen: 6.8 inches vs. 6.3 inches
  • Better resolution: QHD + (2K) vs. Full HD +
  • Better pixel density: 498ppp vs. 401ppp
  • More storage option: 512GB, not just 256GB
  • MicroSD slot: While the Note 10 Plus has, the Note 10 does not
  • More RAM: 12GB vs. 8GB
  • Higher capacity battery: 4,300mAh vs. 3,500mAh
  • Option 5G: Note 10 Plus 5G is the only one with this series connectivity in the United States (South Korea will have a 5G version of Note 10)
  • Exclusive colors (varies by market): Note 10 Plus blue vs. Note 10 pink
  • Larger: 162.3×77.2×7.9mm vs. 151×71.8×7.9mm
  • Heavier: 196 grams (198 grams Note 10 Plus 5G) vs. 168 grams
  • More expensive: From US $ 1,099 vs. $ 949
  • Cameras: The Note 10 Plus (and Note 10 Plus 5G) has a fourth rear camera that is from ToF Flight Time
  • Functions: 3D Scanner is only available on Note 10 Plus (and Note 10 Plus 5G)

Design: More screen, fewer bezels, and screen reader


The trend of including more screen on the front of cell phones continues, and Samsung demonstrates it in its own way.


Although cell phones such as the Galaxy S10 Plus already represented a major change for Samsung phones by integrating a screen with very small bezels and the camera (or front cameras) integrated through a hole in the screen, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus takes a step even more towards that future in which we expect a pure screen phone.


In the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, as in the Note 10, Samsung reduced the bezels on its curved screen and integrated only a front camera, but now located right in the center of the top of the screen and not towards the top corner Right like the Galaxy S10.


With this, the company also removed the iris scanner and placed the headset that works as a secondary horn towards the upper edge.


Since the screen has such small bezels, sometimes (especially if you are lying in bed), you can touch the screen just by holding the cell phone, so you block some operation or end up touching what you did not want.


In addition, the curvature of the screen continues to make it difficult for some Web pages to advance, for example, a video because the control is located right on the curve, or that using the S Pen to draw in those areas is also a challenge.


In general, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus screen looks good in all kinds of conditions, and although by default, it comes with Full HD + resolution instead of 2K (it can be changed to 2K at any time), the details and colors it reproduces are very good.


Another change that many might not like is that Samsung moved the power button from the right side edge to the left side edge.


This means that you will have to get used to holding it differently or that you end up holding it more with your left hand – surely left-handed people may feel more comfortable, but they may also have a little getting used to.


Even as the power button replaces the Bixby button in a certain way, it can be a bit difficult to get used to it since many of us ended up avoiding pressing that button (more on the operation of the button below).


At first, getting used to that power button took time and even ended up holding the Note 10 Plus upside down, since that way I find the power button on the right side, and since the cameras are towards a corner, they are not as easy as before Detect to the touch to adjust the correct positioning of the cell phone.


While now that right side edge has nothing, on the left side edge, you find not only that power button but also the volume bar that is located a little higher.


On the bottom edge, you find the USB-C port, the horn that is located in virtually the same position, just like where the S Pen stylus is stored.


The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus does not have a traditional headphone jack, but Samsung includes a USB-C headset in the box. Something unfortunate is that Samsung does not include a 3.5mm to USB-C adapter, but sells it separately for $ 9.99.


At the top, you will find the drawer of the SIM card and the MicroSD card, right next to where the headset or horn is.


The back of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is still glass (it has Gorilla Glass 6), just like the glass that protects your Dynamic AMOLED curved screen.


The fingerprint reader of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is located on the screen, and Samsung told CNET in Spanish that it is the same as that found in the Galaxy S10. This means that it is an ultrasonic fingerprint reader that should offer the same experience – although not as good as that of a traditional physical reader and not as fast as that of the OnePlus 7 Pro. It still works properly and better than many sensors on the screen when the finger is wet.


The truth is that it is often necessary to press the surface a little harder than usual to make it detect well.


The back continues with its slight curvature that allows the cell to feel good in the hand. That rear glass panel joins right at the metal edge, just like the front panel does.


The back is available in the typical black and white colors, as is the new Aura Glow color, which is a mirror-like silver (reminds me of the Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium) but reflects the light in different colors. This color is truly impressive and is something I had not seen so far. The bad thing is that as it is silver, the fingerprints are marked very easily.


The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is also available in blue color similar to that of the Note 8, but in the United States, this color will be available only in Samsung and Best Buy.


The rear cameras of the Note 10 Plus closely resemble what we saw in the Huawei P30 Pro – a vertical module located towards the upper left corner.


With this positioning of the cameras, I realized that it is easier to block them with my fingers. In Note 9 and the S10, it was not so much because the lenses were more focused.


Although this is also the same as you find in the Galaxy Note 10, there in the back is where you find the only visible difference because next to the module of the three cameras is the fourth lens of Flight Time (ToF) and another sensor that accompanies it to be able to detect the depths and distances of objects better.


These two sensors are integrated at the same level as the rear glass, while the other three cameras are integrated through a module that protrudes slightly from the body of this Samsung cell phone.


The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is waterproof with IP68 certification, such as the S10 and its latest predecessors.


During my first week of testing, the cell phone already suffered a fall. As it is made of glass and metal, it is still slippery and came out of my pocket when I was sitting and fell into a tile. The good thing is that only its frame was marked with a small blow, but the cell phone was practically intact.


In general, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is a beautiful cell phone from where you see it, and its construction is excellent.


Goodbye to the Bixby button? How does the power button work?


Samsung finally removed the Bixby button, but Bixby is still present. To activate Bixby, you have to press and hold the power button. If you press once (and don’t keep it pressed), you can turn the screen on or off. In addition, if you press the Galaxy Note 10 Plus power button twice in a row, you can open the camera, but it can be programmed to open another app.


How to turn off the Galaxy Note 10 Plus?


To turn off the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, it is necessary to open the notification panel where you now find a shortcut to turn off the cell phone. No matter how long you press and hold the power button, you will not be able to turn it off because you will be keeping the detection of your commands activated with Bixby.


However, you can go to the settings of that button in the general settings of the cell phone to deactivate Bixby from there and be able to turn off the cell phone.

How do you take a screenshot?

To take a screenshot on the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, it is necessary to press the power button and the volume down button simultaneously. However, you do not have to keep them pressed as before because if you do, it does not work.


Likewise, if you configure that button to does not use Bixby, you can not only turn it off in the traditional way but also take the screenshots.

Performance: Excellent

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus phone offers great performance and fluidity. Open apps, navigate the interface and play video games are as good as you would expect in one of the best cell phones you can buy.


Even when you open recently used apps, you find them just as you left them. For some reason, a couple of apps restart or restart your connection, but in general, it offers an excellent experience in this section as well as when running split-screen or multiple apps at the same time.


In our performance tests, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus also achieved very good results.

Battery life: Reliable

The Galaxy Note 10 Plus has a 4,300mAh battery, which represents 300mAh more than the Galaxy Note 9 and 200mAh more than the Galaxy S10 Plus.


In general, I had no problems so that the battery of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus lasted me all day, starting around 7 in the morning and having a little charge until later than 7 at night.


In our continuous video playback tests, the Samsung cell phone also demonstrated good results, achieving 21 hours, which is very close to the 21 hours we achieved in the Galaxy S10 Plus.

Fast charging, faster

Samsung had been stuck in Quick Charge 2.0 for several years to offer a 15-watt (15W) charge, but the Galaxy Note 10 is updated to offer a 25-watt and up to 45-watt charge in the case of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus.


However, the charger included in the box is 25 watts, as in Note 10, so to take full advantage, it will be necessary to buy another adapter. The 45-watt (45W) adapter has a suggested price of US $ 49.99.


Of course, 25 watts is an important improvement for Samsung phones.

In my tests, fast charging with the 25-watt adapter achieved the following results:

  • 15 minutes: 35 percent
  • 30 minutes: 63 percent
  • 67 minutes (1:07 minutes): 100 percent

It is worth bearing in mind that these tests were performed with the cell phone switched off, starting without having anything (0 percent) of battery.

Wireless charging and reversible wireless charging

The Galaxy Note 10 Plus can be charged wirelessly and can also charge other devices wirelessly as the Galaxy S10 did.


However, another novelty is that the Note 10 Plus can charge faster than before, offering compatibility of 15 watts instead of 7.5 watts as its predecessor and 12 watts as the Note 10.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus: Snapdragon 855 vs. Exynos 9825

The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is available with two different processors (depending on the market), one with Snapdragon 855 and one with the Exynos 9825 processor, which is new for Samsung’s flagship phones.


Although there is a difference in performance between the two processors, I do not consider the difference in daily use to be noticeable or force you to acquire one over the other, in case you have that option.


The small differences come in that the Exynos 9825 processor achieves better results in single-core processing, but falls below the Snapdragon 855 in graphic processing. In the processing of multiple cores, they are very similar.


As for the battery life, we have not finished our tests with the Galaxy Note 10 Plus Exynos 9825 to know if there are any differences. Previously, the Snapdragon managed to offer 30 more minutes of battery in our test, and it is expected that this time the difference will be smaller according to what Samsung revealed to CNET in Spanish.

Cameras with portrait video recording, 3D Scanner and night mode


The Galaxy Note 10 Plus has a front camera of 10 megapixels and four rear of 12 megapixels, 16 megapixels, 12 megapixels, and a fourth lens Flight time (ToF), which allows you to record videos with AR Doodles and that the cell phone works as a scanner 3D.


The combination of the cameras is practically the same that was in the Galaxy S10 5G; it means that the three main cameras are practically the same that we see in the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.


This means that the Galaxy Note 10 Plus has a regular camera, a wide-angle and a telephoto. The only difference is that the telephoto now has a better opening (f / 2.1 vs. f / 2.4) that would allow better results in situations with poor lighting.


Although the Galaxy Note 10 Plus has a fourth ToF lens, it is not used to record video with a blurred background as with the S10 5G. Samsung says this is achieved by combining the three main lenses.


As for the quality of the cameras, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus does not disappoint, and they are undoubtedly one of the best you can find in the market.


Not only the great versatility offered by its three cameras are good, but the results end with good detail, dynamic range, and colors. However, sometimes it seems to me that the camera is not as fast to capture photos as the Pixel 3 XL.


As for the quality of the cameras, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus does not disappoint, and they are undoubtedly one of the best you can find in the market.


Not only the great versatility offered by its three cameras are good, but the results end with good detail, dynamic range, and colors. However, sometimes it seems to me that the camera is not as fast to capture photos as the Pixel 3 XL.


Despite this, there is no doubt that the Galaxy Note 10 Plus offers many more options to be creative than the Pixel 3 XL, and it seems to me that its artificial intelligence offers more pleasant results than those offered by the Huawei P30 Pro. Where it does win the P30 Pro is in its 5x optical zoom, since the Note 10 Plus offers only up to 2x optical zoom.


In video recording, Samsung also brings improvements to offer better colors, details, and stabilization.


Something interesting is that having the Super Steady option disabled when you are going to record video, you cannot switch between the three rear cameras if you are recording at 60fps. When activated, you can only record video with the main camera and wide-angle but not with the telephoto. To have access to all three cameras, it is necessary to have the video recording set to only 30fps, be it Full HD, 4K or HD.


Video recording with blurred background


As mentioned earlier, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus – like the Note 10 – allows you to record video with a blurred background thanks to a function called Live Focus Video or Video with Dynamic Background.


These are not the first cell phones that offer this kind of video recording with blurred background. Others, including the LG G8 ThinQ, have offered this function, and at the moment, the accuracy has not been the best when the subject moves.


The Galaxy Note 10 Plus offers improvements against the LG G8 and even the Galaxy S10 5G, but when there is a lot of movement, you can easily lose the edges of the person.


Something that I liked a lot is that Samsung offers four different recording effects, which allow you to be more creative and make this a little more fun.


Video with better sound recording

Similar to what HTC has offered in previous years, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus will allow you to zoom when you are recording video to increase the audio that comes from that direction by mainly using the microphones that are located to that side.


This works well, but I thought the change was going to be a bit more drastic, and the problem is also that when zooming in a video, the quality also falls significantly.

3D Scanner

Like some Sony phones, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus will have the ability to scan 3D objects. Once scanned, objects can be placed in videos, for example. The cell phone has the ability to animate objects.


At the time of doing this analysis, this function or the app that allows this had not been enabled.


New video editing app


Samsung improves its video editing app to offer more control, not only for cutting and editing video but also for placing background music. The app is even compatible with the S Pen to allow more accuracy.


You can also download Adobe Rush that is now optimized to work with the Note 10 and the S Pen


S Pen: Control the cell phone without touching it and more news


The S Pen of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus is the same as you find in Note 10, including its size.


Its design is not very different from that of the Note 9 and even the Note 8 since it keeps that little button on the top that makes it look more like a traditional pen.


The most notable change I could detect during the time I could prove it before it was announced was that the S Pen’s body is smoother and looks a bit more luxurious. In addition, although this stylus or S Pen includes practically the same functions as its predecessor, it also includes other novelties.


Air Actions: Control the Note 10 Plus without touching it (S Pen as a magic bar)


The S Pen integrates Bluetooth (just like its predecessor), but now it also has an accelerometer and gyroscope to allow you to detect your movements. With this, you can press and hold the S Pen button to control different cell phone functions without touching it or being so close.


The S Pen of Note 10 can detect when launched when you move it to the right, left, up, down, and when you make a circle (right or left).

During my tests, I can control the camera app to switch between the different modes (side gestures), switch between the front and rear camera (vertical gestures), or to control the zoom by drawing circles in the air.


You also have the ability to control the playback of videos on YouTube and others, for example, skip or return.


Honestly, all this worked well, but I don’t think most users will use it much. I think that in presentations or when you put the cell phone on a tripod, it makes sense, but not in everyday use.

Handwriting to text

The Galaxy Note 10 Plus has the ability to understand your handwriting to convert it into text that you can use to place it in virtually any app, including Gmail. That text can even be used to create a Word document, so your handwriting can be transformed into a Microsoft Word document in seconds.


In addition, if you do not convert your handwriting to text, the system is analyzing what you type so that they can appear in your searches within the app according to what you wrote.

Keep in mind that this only works through the Samsung Note app.

AR Doodles (3D drawings in videos)

AR Doodles is a function that comes thanks to cameras but is used with the S Pen.


This means that the function is directly in the Air Command and allows you to draw augmented reality objects (in 3D) so that they are part of the video you want to record. You can even place balloons in the scene you want to record.


However, those objects are static except for what he draws on people’s heads and faces.


The Galaxy Note 10 Plus has the ability to detect faces to track them and keep the drawings attached. Even Samsung says it can show certain drawings or decorations on specific people thanks to face detection. It is worth bearing in mind that this works thanks to the ToF lens and is dedicated to video recording.


This is another fun function, but I don’t think many of us use it either. In addition, although it tracks faces effectively, there is still a little bit of precision.

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