Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Tops DxOMark Camera Ratings

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With the official announcement of the Galaxy A10s yesterday its evident that Samsungs strategy for the A-series going forward will bring “S” upgrades to its popular devices about six months after their release. Despite its budget-friendly nature, the phone looks to be packing some pretty mid-range hardware underneath.

As for the Galaxy A90, reports suggest that the device could feature a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-U Display with a dewdrop notch at the top.

As a start, the Galaxy A10s is running on an unnamed octa-core chipset (most likely an Exynos processor), has 2GB RAM, and a hefty 4000mAh battery. As for the storage, it comes with an internal storage capacity of 32GB, but it can be expanded to a maxium of 512GB via the on-board microSD card slot. In essence, it is only a slight upgrade over the Galaxy A10 that's now on sale in the country for Rs. 7,990, so it won't be a massive surprise if Samsung prices the phone at similar levels to better compete with the likes of Xiaomi and Realme. It's worth reading through in its entirety when you have the time, but the key takeaway is that the Galaxy Note 10+'s OLED display has either broken or met 13 different smartphone display performance records.

Meanwhile, the front 10MP camera had scored 99 points for the selfie test. The phone is also available in four simply colours: Blue, Green, Red, and Black.

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