The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ were introduced earlier this month and proved to be the best-made smartphones in the brand's history. So far, they have taken first place in the DxOMark photo ranking, received top marks from DysplayMate, and exhibited impressive upload speed.
All of this was achieved before they hit stores, which will happen on August 23rd. In addition to all these achievements, the two smartphones have begun to receive their first software update, which brought several improvements in various segments.
What brings the first update of the Galaxy Note 10
As you might expect, the first update doesn't bring any new features or any major changes to your software. Instead, it comes in order to optimize its performance and fix some bugs that may have been detected since its submission.
In the list of changes added to the update we refer to performance improvements in the fingerprint reader, touch screen recognition improvements and also greater stability in your camera.
In addition, the latest security patch from Google for August was also implemented.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+ specifications
- Display: 6.3 "inch / 6.8" inch
- Display Technology: Super AMOLED FHD + / QHD +
- On-screen biometric sensor: Yes
- Processor: Exynos 9825
- RAM Memory: 8GB (LTE model) and 12GB (5G model) / 12GB
- Internal Memory: 256GB / 512GB
- MicroSD Expansion: Yes
- Battery: 3,500mAh / 4,300mAh
- Fast Charging: Yes, 45W
- Wireless Charging: Yes, 20W
- Rear cameras: 16MP (ultra wide angle, f / 2.2), 12MP (wide angle, f / 1.5) and 12MP (telephoto, f / 2.1) / + ToF sensor
- Front camera: 10MP, f / 2.2
- System: Android Pie with One UI
- Water and dust resistance: Yes, IP68 certified
Even though their prices are 'pretty high', anyone who can invest in one of these smartphones is guaranteed to be impressed by its performance.
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