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Are you going to buy a Galaxy Note 10? 3 big changes that you will have to get used to

Are you going to buy a Galaxy Note 10? 3 big changes that you will have to get used to

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The Galaxy Note 10 (photo) and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus present novelties that change the way you use the phone.

Juan Garzn / CNET

The Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Plus These are the latest phones from the South Korean manufacturer that arrive to showcase Samsung's most advanced technology.

We already collect the 25 new features of the Galaxy Note 10, where there are some important changes that you will have to get used to if you decide to purchase the Galaxy Note 10 or the Galaxy Note 10 Plus; even if you had virtually any Samsung device and with some even different from any Android phone or even an iPhone.

3 things you should get used to in the Galaxy Note 10

There are three fundamental differences presented by the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus compared to other Samsung devices and with practically any important cell phone in recent years.

Power button

The vast majority of important phones have located the power button on the right side edge and, no doubt, we have become accustomed to that.

In the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung has changed the location of the power button to put it on the left side edge.

It is a change that seems insignificant or very simple, but it takes a while to get used to it. You can not imagine how many times I tried to press the power button on the right side edge during the period I tried the Note 10.


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Way to turn off the cell phone

Another important change in relation to that power button is that you can no longer turn off the cell phone by holding down that button.

However, to turn off the Galaxy Note 10 or the Galaxy Note 10 Plus it is necessary to open the notification panel and press the shortcut that is there.

Without headphone jack

The Galaxy Note 10 are Samsung's first flagship phones that do not have a traditional headphone jack and this is a change that will certainly affect some users.

Samsung does not even attach an adapter to connect your traditional headphones (3.5mm) to the cell phone; The manufacturer includes a USB-C headset which is good, but I think that because it is the first time this change is made, that small component should be included. Samsung sells the adapter for $ 9.99.