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Test data on flash performance of Samsung Note10

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Guidance: On the evening of August 10, a tester released the data of Samsung Note10's flash performance test.

According to the test data, the UFS 3.0 flash speed of Samsung Note 1 0 is very bright. The sequential reading speed is 1486 MB/s, the sequential writing speed is 586 MB/s, the random 4K reading speed is 179.16 MB/s, and the random 4K writing speed is 201.27 MB/s.

In addition, according to our knowledge, foreign social media reports show that Samsung Note10 UFS 3.0 flash sequential reading speed reached 1577.14MB/s, sequential writing speed reached 591.62MB/s.

Testers said that the flash performance of one plus 7 Pro and Samsung Galaxy Fold using UFS 3.0 was weaker than that of Samsung Note 10, and speculated that Samsung Note 10 had changed its file system.

According to our previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series contains 6.3-inch Galaxy Note 10 and 6.8-inch Galaxy Note 10+.

In terms of price, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 256G version sells for $950 (RMB 6700), Galaxy Note 10 + 256G version for $1100 (RMB 7800), 512G version for $1200 (RMB 8500), and Galaxy Note 105G version for $1300 (RMB 9200), which goes on sale worldwide on August 23.

In the core configuration, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 uses a 6.3-inch dynamic AMOLED display screen with a resolution of 2 280 x 1080 and a screen proportion of 94.2%. It is equipped with Gaotong Paramount 855/Samsung Exynos 9825 chip, with a front-end of 10 million pixels, a battery capacity of 350 mAh, and supports 25W fast charging and wireless charging.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ uses a 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED display screen with a resolution of 3040 x 1440. It is equipped with a Qualcomm 855/Samsung Exynos 9825 chip with a front-end of 10 million pixels and a battery capacity of 430 mAh. It supports 45W fast charging and wireless charging.

For cameras, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 + are equipped with three-lens and four-lens systems respectively. Galaxy Note 10 + has one more VGA TOF lens which can be used for ranging. The three-lens configuration of the two mobile phones is the same.

It includes a 12-megapixel Dual Pixel variable aperture lens (F/1.5 and F/2.4), a 16-megapixel 123-degree ultra-wide angle lens and a 12-megapixel long focal lens. Of these, 12 million subjects and 12 million long focal lengths support OIS optical anti-jitter.

Officially, one of the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is the video function. It supports depth-of-field special effect recording, and presents the depth-of-field effect with blurred background when recording video. In addition, the video recording function has a remote focus radio, which can amplify the distant sound through the built-in three microphones.

Finally, SPN, which is equipped with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, joins the low power Bluetooth function on Galaxy Note 9, and uses an integrated design with 0.35 mAh lithium titanate batteries, which increases the standby time of SPN after charging to 10 hours.

In addition, an acceleration sensor and a gyroscope are built in the SPN to achieve six-axis induction, so Samsung’s new SPN supports remote control. Remote control is a special function that allows users to control the mobile phone remotely within the range of Bluetooth reception through SPN.

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