The second Galaxy Note 10 situation, I use it in extreme situations. I played first, streamed from various apps like Netflix and Spotify and opened many apps including going through multi-tasks. In such use, the device does not heat up directly. That’s a good sign. Still, it started to feel like a time delay and microlag started to happen. The animation transitions also feel slow and provide a slightly frustrating user experience.
Here once again proves that Samsung is not very expert in operating system optimization. Just imagine, another Snapdragon 845 -powered Android gadget – i.e. the same chip used in 2018 – is even better. Here is not only Samsung’s weakness in the optimization part, but also confirms that the Exynos chip is not as powerful as the Snapdragon chip.
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Enough with the explanation on the processing chip, we turn to the camera. On paper, the camera specs are close to the usual Galaxy Note 10, however the lens used is a little different. The Note 10 Lite uses a tri-camera setting of a 12MP f/1.7 (main) + 12MP f/2.4 (telephoto) 12MP f/2.2 (u-angle) lens.
For a selfie camera it is also much less, i.e. 32MP f/2.2. I will explain about the quality of the camera in a moment. Before that, let’s take a look first at what Samsung has to offer for connection ports. The device has NFC support for Samsung Pay cashless payments, uses a USB-C port, maintains a 3.5mm audio jack port and uses only mono speakers.
Samsung’s sacrifice to make a Galaxy Note device more affordable is in terms of its building materials. On the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, only from a distance it looks like a premium device. On the other hand, when on hand – it feels very cheap. Dare I say that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite is a Galaxy A device with an interior from the Galaxy Note 9 and a camera similar to the Galaxy Note 10.