Samsung Galaxy Note10+

Marcus has recorded a new #NewPhoneWhoDis and this time round he is joined by Julia Hardy and they are testing the Samsung Galaxy Note10+. This little machine is very very powerful. Samsung are describing it as a computer, gaming console and a professional camera. All in one. It’s also a IP68 rated phone. Water tight!


The Galaxy Note10+ has superfast charging and can charge with 25W of power. Plus it has Wireless Charging on it too. The Galaxy Note10+ has a 4300mAh battery whilst the Note10 has a 3500mAh battery. You can even share the power with the back of the device with the Wireless PowerShare feature. Charge Galaxy Buds or Qi – Compatible devices with it.

The Note10+ comes with 512GB internal storage which is expandable to an extra 1TB with an external microSD card.

    On Galaxy Note10
    On Galaxy Note10+
    On Galaxy Note10+ 5G
    On Galaxy Note10+
    On Galaxy Note10+ 5G
The Galaxy Note10+ can also use two SIM cards at once. How cool is that?! The Galaxy Note10+ offers a Hybrid SIM port, so you can either add an extra SIM card or a microSD card, depending on your needs.


Rather impressively too the Note 10 and Note 10+ come with SUPER fast RAM!
  • RAM512GBON Galaxy Note10+
  • RAM58GBON Galaxy Note10
The Note 10+ has a vapour cooling system, which makes it perfect for gamers. Furthermore the immersive AR combined with the Infinity-O display and Dolby Atmos makes the gaming experience that much more immersive.

Samsung Note10+ Computer Power

Using the Samsung DeX you can use your phone like a computer. Drag and drop files from device to device and make quick edits on the big screen. Even work on the phone whilst connected to the computer via a USB cable.

The Samsung Note 10+ also has the ability to protect your data with hardware backed and multi layered Knox security platform. Furthermore the Facial recognition and Ultrasonic Fingerprint scanner keeps your device super secure. You can also use a PIN, pattern or password.


The Samsung Note10+ has a POWERFUL camera. There’s 4 cameras in total. 1 on the front and 3 on the rear. Whilst DepthVision is only capable on the Note 10+.

Blur out backgrounds with video bokeh, add special effects in real time and even use the Zoom-in Mic to record the specific sounds that you want.