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  • The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is here and could very well be the pinnacle of all smart phones.

  • Yeah, it's priced to complete with a used Honda Civic, or a round trip flight to Hawaii.

  • But I mean, look at all these colors. Like I always say, groceries are overrated. Today

  • we're going to see how durable Samsung's latest flagship really is.

  • Let's get started.

  • [Intro]

  • So Samsung got a a little crazy and dropped three versions of the same phone this time:

  • the Note 10, the Note 10+, and the Note 10+ 5G. There's absolutely no reason whatsoever

  • to buy the 5G version, which costs an extra $350, unless of course you already live in

  • one of the very few 5G cities and have a 5G node right outside your window. This phone

  • will definitely live it's very full and complete life span before 5G networks become a thing.

  • One thing that differentiates this Powerpuff looking contraption from other phones is the

  • internal built-in stylus, and it's actually one of the coolest parts of the phone. I've

  • been tempting myself into upgrading from my 2 ½ year old Galaxy S8 Plus just for this

  • feature. From a business aspect, sometimes it's way easier to communicate with a drawing

  • rather than just plain text...which makes this built-in stylus very appealing. The soft

  • tips are interchangeable. So if one breaks or gets bent or worn down, it's very easy

  • to swap them out.

  • The uni-body s-pen is made from blue painted plastic. But the most interesting parts are

  • inside. The s-pen has internal accelerometers and a gyro. Also Bluetooth. All these let

  • you control the phone from a distance with gestures and clicking the one little side

  • button. The coils of wire down here near the pressure sensitive tip doubles as a way to

  • charge the s-pen and also generates an electromagnetic field of it's own so that the phone, which

  • also has an electromagnetic field under the screen, can sense where the pen is located

  • and exactly what it's drawing. It's a legit distinguishing feature in a sea of phones

  • that kind of all do the same thing.

  • At the opposite end of the s-pen near the clicker is a capacitor. It stores about 10

  • hours worth of energy with a 6 minute charge up while it's inside the phone. It's a very

  • impressive system. I think it's time we take a look at the other side of Rainbow Road here

  • the screen. [Scratching sounds]

  • Gotta love it when companies give you free screen protectors. The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G

  • is using Gorilla Glass 6 on both the front and back of the phone. Have you ever noticed

  • that it's really only the cellphone industry that keeps on plopping a new number on basically

  • the same phone year after year, and then calls it revolutionary? Thumbs up to Xbox PlayStation

  • and Nintendo for being real and only releasing new products when it's actually warranted

  • every couple years.

  • The Gorilla Glass 6 on this Note 10 5G scratches at a level 6, with deeper grooves at a level

  • 7...just like last year...and the year before. I got a cool sapphire video coming up soon

  • though. Don't you worry.

  • The front facing cheerio camera is a 10 megapixel little guy and sits under the same pane of

  • glass as the screen. Interestingly enough though, there doesn't seem to be an earpiece

  • gap up at the top. There might be a tiny little gap between the glass and the edge of the

  • phone, but Samsung could also be using the under display speaker tech that we saw inside

  • of the LG G8. We'll have to take a look at that from the inside to be sure though. Make

  • sure you're subscribed for the upcoming teardown video. This no speaker grill aesthetic is

  • pretty sleek looking. [Scratching sounds]

  • The sides of this phone are made from aluminum. Samsung slipped up and said 'stainless steel'

  • in one of their own promotional videos. But it's since been corrected to 'aluminum' like

  • the rest of their flagships. Up here at the top of the phone we have a lot going on. There

  • is a layer of clear protective plastic along with the SIM card tray. The little hole next

  • to the SIM card tray is for the top stereo speaker. With an expandable memory SD card

  • slot, you can add up to one terabyte of storage, which you might not need while the phone is

  • brand new, of course, but it's always nice to add more storage as your phone gets older

  • and fills up instead of having to go delete things. It also has a rubber liner around

  • the base to satisfy the ip68 water resistance rating.

  • The left side of the phone has a metal volume rocker, along with a single power button.

  • Finally Bixby has left the building. Except for if you hold the power button down for

  • a fraction of a second too long, he comes right back.

  • The coloring of this phone is seriously crazy. I feel like it belongs in Wreck-it Ralph with

  • the sugar rush racers, instead of a business man's pocket. I'm still totally down though.

  • The bottom of the phone is also made from metal. No headphone jack anywhere to be found.

  • Personally I think it's a bad move. I did a poll on Twitter last month where 60% of

  • you said you've used a headphone jack in the past week. And 60% of people on MKBHD's similar

  • Twitter poll said a headphone jack would be a nice bonus, or even a need. Personally,

  • I'm all wireless at this point because exercising with corded headphones is super annoying.

  • But watching YouTube or Netflix with a tiny Bluetooth lag is also slightly annoying. So

  • I am sad that Jack is gone on the Note 10. At least the s-pen won't get permanently stuck

  • though in the hole if you put it in backwards. That was an actual problem with the old Note

  • 5.

  • The USB-C port on the Note 10 is rather awesome. It is fully capable of super fast charging

  • the phone with 45 watts of power. I know that doesn't make a whole lot of sense with just

  • the number. So let me draw out a comparison. The Note 10 can take in a full 45 watts of

  • power to super fast charge the battery. You do got to pay a little extra for that 45 watt

  • charger though, as Samsung only includes a 25 watt charger in the box. 25 watts is still

  • amazing though when you compare it to the competition.

  • For example Apple's newest phone, the iPhone 10s, can only fast charge with 15 watts of

  • power. Yet Apple only includes a 5 watt charger in the box. That's right. The 9 watt reverse

  • wireless charging capability on the Galaxy Note 10 is a faster charger than the wall

  • plug Apple includes in the box with their new iPhones. Ouch. Remember, Apple makes the

  • jokes, I just read the spec sheet.

  • Taking a quick look at the rear cameras, the Note 10 has the absolute optimal setup on

  • the back with the 16 megapixel ultra wide lens up top, and a normal 12 megapixel lens

  • in the center. And a 12 megapixel telephoto zoom lens on the bottom. The perfect perspective

  • trifecta. The Note 10+ also has an additional depth sensor off to the side, which combined

  • with the bigger screen and bigger battery, makes the 10+ a better purchase than the smaller

  • Note 10. Still stay away from the 5G version though.

  • There is an under screen ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the Note 10. It's the same cool

  • tech we saw inside of the Galaxy S10. Super quick and doesn't take up much room inside

  • the phone. But more importantly, the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner still functions even after

  • the screen suffers heavy damage with level 7 deeper groves. Very impressive.

  • Speaking of scratches, do you want to see an experiment I started 2 ½ years ago? Both

  • sides of the Note 10 are made from glass, and as we know, glass can scratch. Here are

  • some level 7 deeper grooves on the back next to the Samsung logo. And here are even some

  • level 6 scratches, both of which show up extremely well on this child's kaleidoscope of a phone.

  • There are plenty of things in everyday life that can scratch glass. For example this is

  • my 2 ½ year old daily driver that I purposefully never put a screen protector on just to see

  • how it would react and turn out with normal every day use, sliding in and out of my pocket.

  • Glass might be scratch resistant, but it's still no match for anything above a level

  • 6 on Mohs scale of hardness. You really only have two options. You can either cover up

  • scratches that are already made, or prevent scratches with some kind of protection.

  • Thanks to dbrand for sponsoring this video. Dbrand has protective skins that you can combine

  • together however you want. It changes how your phone looks, along with adding aesthetic

  • protection. You can see what your phone would look like with the link in the description.

  • A new skin for your phone is way cheaper than buying a new phone...just saying. I'm digging

  • this copper metal skin. I'll peel it off though so we can taste the rainbow and finish off

  • the durability test. Have you ever roasted skittles over a campfire? Neither have I,

  • but I couldn't figure out any other way to segue into the burn test.

  • The Note 10+ has a large 6.8 inch 1440p display and lasted about 20 seconds before I thought

  • it was permanently damaged. But after removing the heat from the dynamic AMOLED screen, the

  • white marks quickly faded, leaving a pristine screen behind, minus the evaporated oleophobic

  • coating of course. There is no other damage.

  • No durability test is complete without a bend test. The physical structural integrity of

  • a phone is just as important as the power inside. It's time to see if the Note 10 is

  • as durable as it is cute. Bending from the back we get basically no flex, which is rather

  • shocking considering how large the phone is. I'll flip it around to the front and we get

  • basically the same result. No damage, no cracks, and no kinks in the frame. Just a super solid

  • colorful flagship phone from Samsung that survives my durability test. I think it's

  • a winner. Expensive, yes, but still a good phone.

  • If it had a headphone jack, I'd probably end up switching right away. But as of right now,

  • my Galaxy S8 is still working good enough, so I don't know. Maybe I'll upgrade. And maybe

  • I'll let you guys decide for me over on Twitter. I'm not quite sure yet.

  • We should definitely take it apart first, so hit that subscribe button if you haven't

  • already. Come hang out with me on Instagram and Twitter. And don't forget to see what

  • your phone looks like skinned with the dbrand link in the description. Thanks a ton for

  • watching. I'll see you around.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is here and could very well be the pinnacle of all smart phones.

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サムスンのギャラクシーノート10+ 5G耐久性テスト - Sペンはそれだけの価値がありますか? (Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G Durability Test – is the S-Pen Worth it?)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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