The 3 things people hate most about Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 10
Samsung’s big Galaxy Note 10 reveal is now behind us and we have just over one week of waiting left to do before the new Note 10 series flagship phones hit store shelves. We’re still waiting for a review unit from Samsung so we can’t yet offer up our own impressions of the new phones, but it seems fairly apparent that the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ are the sleekest and most powerful smartphones that Samsung has built so far. The overhauled design is gorgeous, featuring an all-screen display with a small hole-punch camera at the top. Then, around back you have new triple-lens and quad-lens cameras, depending on which model you choose. The display is already said to be the best smartphone display ever by experts, and the Note 10’s new cameras have been ranked at the very top of the pack by DxOMark. Long story short, the Galaxy Note 10 is a beast of a smartphone that covers just about every base there is to cover. Just about.
It goes without saying that nothing is perfect, and that applies to Samsung’s new flagship phablets as much as it does anything else. There’s no question that the new Note 10 and Note 10+ look fantastic, there’s no question that the cameras are a huge upgrade, and there’s no question that they pack plenty of power. Samsung did a tremendous job on its new Note series phones, and it’s a good thing since last year’s Galaxy Note 9 was such a horribly boring update. Of course, there are a few issues with the Galaxy Note 10 that people are already complaining about, including three problems in particular that have really ruffled some feathers.