Samsung Galaxy Note 10+: Key Features to Look Out For

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ comes with 12GB of RAM. That’s more than what most laptops have these days.

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Editor: Puneet Bhatia
Cameraperson: Mukul Bhandari

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 failed to impress in a lot of areas which is why it was absolutely essential for the Note 10 series to deliver to its name. This time around it’s packing the hardware to do so.

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung has bid a lot on its premium Note series and this year the company has taken its innovative prowess one notch up with the Samsung Note 10+.

Some of the new additions made to the device have been an upgraded triple camera setup at the back bundled with wireless reverse charging.

The S-Pen also receives new features like gesture controls while the overall design has undergone changes which make the new Note look more appealing.

In this video, we look at some of the innovative features that Samsung has added to its flagship phone.


The Note 10+ comes with an upgraded 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display which comes with a punch-hole camera on the top. The phone is lighter than its previous iteration despite having a bigger 4,300mAh battery.

The phone is powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 9825 chipset coupled with 12GB of RAM. It also comes with 256GB of storage which can be expanded. It is a dual SIM phone.

It comes with Gorilla Glass protection both on the front and the back. However, one would recommend getting the phone a cover as it can easily sustain damages to its glass body with a drop.

The S-Pen on the Note 10 series now comes with air gestures, which means you can control certain media applications and even shuffle camera modes with it.

The Samsung Note 10+ has been priced at Rs 79,999 in India and in this segment competes with big players like the iPhone 11 and even the Huawei P30 Pro.

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