Over the last few years, Samsung has created smartphones with great specs. Throughout the years, the company has managed to find both good and not-so-good ideas and build upon these ideas, and because of this they are able to continually create high-quality Android phones which make a good competitor against the iPhones of Apple.
This year, Samsung goes big as it released the 6.4-inch and 6.7-inch versions of its Galaxy S10, the company’s flagship smartphone, in February, and the Galaxy Fold, a smartphone with a 6.3-inch foldable display, which they showed off in April. Finally, in August, Samsung has revealed the latest version of the Galaxy Note 10, the phone series that has been traditionally the largest of Samsung’s phones.
It also produced a plus-sized version of the Note for the first time. The Note 10+ has a display that’s only about half an inch smaller than the one on the Fold.
But is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 worth buying? Head over to Quartz as they tell the good and the not-so-good things about the phone and be the one to judge.
What are your thoughts on this one?
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