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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is without a doubt the talk of the town. A few days ago, we had our first look at the Note 10 and now, the more expensive, bigger Note 10 Pro has leaked in all its glory. It will be the biggest Samsung flagship the world has ever seen and packs hardware that more than justifies its "Pro" title.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/This-is-the-Samsung-Galaxy-Note-10-Pro-in-all-its-glory.423271.0.html

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Re: This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2019, 13:59:23 »
How could this be one centimeter thinner? Oh, you mean millimeter. Where's your editor?

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Re: This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2019, 14:50:58 »
How could this be one centimeter thinner? Oh, you mean millimeter. Where's your editor?

Thanks for pointing that out!

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Re: This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2019, 20:44:35 »
They'd rather leave one side blank than keep the 3.5mm port, jarring disappointment. The S-Pen remains unique and useful but I may be tempted by some other flagship that keeps the port, like maybe a Meizu.

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Re: This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
« Reply #4 on: June 07, 2019, 20:53:44 »
They'd rather leave one side blank than keep the 3.5mm port, jarring disappointment. The S-Pen remains unique and useful but I may be tempted by some other flagship that keeps the port, like maybe a Meizu.

Meizu ditched the jack with the 16s.

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Re: This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
« Reply #5 on: June 08, 2019, 06:04:14 »
Lovely design, too bad Samsung killed my perfectly usable Note 3 with less than 3 years of Android security updates. If they want to sell me another 1000€ device they better get rid of bloatware and stop this planned obsolescence fraud.

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Re: This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2019, 12:18:24 »
They'd rather leave one side blank than keep the 3.5mm port, jarring disappointment. The S-Pen remains unique and useful but I may be tempted by some other flagship that keeps the port, like maybe a Meizu.

Meizu ditched the jack with the 16s.
Suddenly I'm out of options. This is disgusting.

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Re: This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2019, 12:30:14 »
They'd rather leave one side blank than keep the 3.5mm port, jarring disappointment. The S-Pen remains unique and useful but I may be tempted by some other flagship that keeps the port, like maybe a Meizu.

Meizu ditched the jack with the 16s.
Suddenly I'm out of options. This is disgusting.

Sorry, mate. LG, maybe? If you can put up with the crappy software update schedule, that is.

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Re: This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro in all its glory
« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2019, 19:31:09 »
They'd rather leave one side blank than keep the 3.5mm port, jarring disappointment. The S-Pen remains unique and useful but I may be tempted by some other flagship that keeps the port, like maybe a Meizu.

Meizu ditched the jack with the 16s.
Suddenly I'm out of options. This is disgusting.

Sorry, mate. LG, maybe? If you can put up with the crappy software update schedule, that is.
Probably not that either, I have zero confidence in LG's QC. Probably still Samsung, reluctantly.

 

 
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