After having used the Note 9, here are the things which we expect Samsung to include in Note 10
When Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 last year, there were a lot of questions in the minds of the users. There were concerns regarding the battery life, the S pen, as well as the fingerprint sensor. Also, the biggest question which everyone asked was the viability of Note 9 when we already had the Samsung Galaxy S9 range.
However, very quickly the users realised that the Galaxy Note 9 was an absolute killer. The battery (4000mAh) was top-notch, the dual cameras came up with superb pictures and the super AMOLED display was brilliant. Also, the performance was top-notch when it came to playing games on full graphics. However, the phone did heat up quite quickly and this was one of the areas which needed improvement.
Now we have the Galaxy Note 10 and with the specs sheet, which has already been released on the internet, there are a few issues which need discussion.
After having used the Note 9, here are the things which we expect Samsung to include in Note 10.
The fingerprint sensor on Note 9 is rather quick and very responsive, but there were times when the user ended up rubbing the camera module with fingerprint smudges. Although it was not very annoying, Samsung should ideally go for an n-display fingerprint sensor in Note 10.
The Galaxy Note 9 camera was brilliant when it came to clicking day-light images with a decent amount of colour, saturation and finer details. However, it struggled to put things in balance in low light and night photography. This is one area where the Note 10 needs to get things sorted if it has to compete with the Huawei P30 Pro or Pixel 3.