The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, apart from being a mouthful, is also Samsung’s most expensive phone to date. And of course, with the exception of the still absent Galaxy Fold.

Based on iFixit ratings, the device is also one of the hardest smartphones to open up and repair. Luckily, it might not easily come to the point that it will need an invasive surgery as it is also one of the most durable, save for one key feature that differentiates the Galaxy Note from all other phones.

Talking about the S Pen, the only thing on any Galaxy Note 10 model that may make it worth buying in the first place. While the phone’s frame may not be stainless steel as Samsung mistakenly advertised, the S Pen, year after year, remains plastic. That very slim plastic stick now houses more sensitive electronics that give the Galaxy Note 10 its edge, thereby increasing the stakes.

Fortunately, that happens to be the only weak point in the Galaxy Note 10, at least as far as durability is concerned. Regarding to JerryRigEverything’s other tests, the 5G phone performs exceptionally well or normal instead. The screen does scratch but only starting at Mohs level 6. Unlike other OLED screens, it however withstands and recovers from heat.

Concerning the bending, irrespective of the large surface area of the phone, Zack Nelson was rather impressed by the durability of the device.

On one hand, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G is a sturdy phone instead. While on the other hand, perhaps it is the model that few will buy because of the $300 added cost for 5G and a bit more. Hopefully, the same durability can be said of the other models so that it won’t have to be repaired for a very long time.


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