Note 10 Lite AnTuTu

The Galaxy Note 10 Lite AnTuTu benchmark scoreis faster than the Galaxy Note 9. This is probably due to the use of One UI 2.0 based on Android 10. The score received was 333,872. The test in Geekbench 5 for single core is 673. While for multi-core is 2053. For GPU test, Vulkan score in Geekbench 5 is 3276 and the score is 3820 for OpenGL.

Battery Life

The Galaxy Note 10 Lite loads a larger gadget battery capacity than the Galaxy Note 10, which is 4500mAh. However, for the first time I used a Galaxy Note device that had very poor battery life. This device only has a battery life of around 4 hours 51 minutes only SOT with a balance of 12%. This means, if it lasts up to 0% – it can probably give around 45 extra minutes. For a Galaxy Note, the battery life of around 5 hours is weak.

It already has a larger battery size than the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, but unfortunately it doesn’t have the same durability. One of the reasons is, the build of the Exynos 9810 chip is 10nm which for the new 2020 device is an outdated chip. The battery mode that I use is optimized and also turns on the so -called adaptive battery function is a smart mode to ensure better battery life.

The most shocking thing about the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is that it supports Samsung‘s new fast charging system – Super Fast Charging. It has a power of 25w and can charge the device from 0% -100% around 1 hour only. Yet it is inconsistent, as this Super Fast Charging system is USB-PD based and on the Galaxy Note 10+, it can reach up to 45w. Sadly informed, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite does not have wireless charging support.

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Camera

This new Galaxy Note model uses a tri-camera system of 12MP f/1.7 (main) + 12MP f/2.4 (telephoto) 12MP f/2.2 (ultra wide angle) lens. For the selfie camera is 32MP f/2.2. The overall result of this camera is satisfactory. Not so much wanting the negative things I found, except on the selfie camera.

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