Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Display Is Currently The Best: DisplayMate

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+5G Becomes The Highest-Ranked Device For Smartphone Picture Quality

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Display Is Currently The Best: DisplayMate

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DisplayMate isn't the only one lavishing praise on the Galaxy Note 10+ today, as DxOMark has also awarded the phone first-place rankings for selfie cameras, rear cameras, and video. That's right, we are getting a rainbow! Both phones are powered by Samsung's own Exynos 9825 (7nm) processor. It's interesting to note that while the Note 10 Plus 5G's overall score is the highest, it still lags behind the P30 Pro in Photography scores. The enhanced S Pen with the Galaxy Note10 allows users to get short previews when hovering over emails, calendar events and contacts. Actually, it shares a lot with Samsung's newest baby: a curved edge-to-edge display, an AMOLED and HDR+ certified touch screen, Ultrasonic Fingerprint ID technology, Wireless PowerShare to share charge from a smartphone or watch, and lightning fast performance with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 885 chip.

The ideal calibration and display accuracy have earned the Galaxy Note 10+ the highest-ever Display Performance Grade of A+.

In a lot of areas, the two smartphones in question are nearly the same in which they both have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, 8 GB of RAM, under-display fingerprint reader, USB-C, Android 9 Pie right off the bat, and an IP68 rating against water and dust.

Amazon has dropped the price on a renewed Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to just $486.99.

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After launching a range of phones in the new Galaxy A and M series, the company is now looking forward to launch "S" variants of them. She continues to assist in keeping the site responsive and well organized for the readers.

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