Many folks will love the new Aura Glow color, which I have here, but I’ll go with an unpopular opinion: I don’t like it. It’s visually stunning, sure, but it attracts too many fingerprints, is near impossible to keep clean, and changes light so much it’s hard to always look at it and be happy. Color evokes emotion and while the Aura Glow does refract the entire color spectrum, it doesn’t have the gradients and impressive color scheme I’ve become used to on Huawei devices. This of course will come down to personal preference.
It’s so easy to immerse yourself in the Galaxy Note 10+ screen.
Samsung also shrunk the bezels even further, and it’s so easy to immerse yourself with the 6.8-inch screen. The gorgeous Dynamic AMOLED panel is bright, clear, visible in direct sunlight, and has great viewing angles. Whatever display setting you use, it offers an incredible experience. Talking of display settings, the QHD+ display comes set to FHD+ out of the box and unleashing all the pixels does have an effect on battery life although we’re still testing this further.
Gaming has so far proved to be a solid, if unspectacular experience. The screen provides an incredible canvas on which to game, but I truly miss the 90Hz screen from the OnePlus 7 Pro. That device is made for gaming and super smooth scrolling, and while neither is an issue on the Note 10+, the experience is noticeably inferior. Why Samsung didn’t put a 90Hz screen in the Note 10+ is beyond me, perhaps they’re saving it for Galaxy S11?
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