People test the augmented-reality doodler app for videos, one of the innovative features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Buyers may be more concerned by what the phone lacks than its innovations. Photo: Reuters

Samsung Galaxy Note10 first impressions: what US$950 adds, what it takes away and what it lacks

  • New Note handsets keep the improvements seen in Galaxy S10 phones, and innovate some – the S-Pen stylus can control some functions by gesture
  • But headphone jack is gone, handsets don’t have the facial unlock that Google Pixel 4 will have, and on Note10 the battery has shrunk
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People test the augmented-reality doodler app for videos, one of the innovative features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Buyers may be more concerned by what the phone lacks than its innovations. Photo: Reuters
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