This time I’d like to tell you about my new purchase, the 256GB Samsung Galaxy Note10+.
I’m obsessed with Android phones, and even though I have to admit that the iPhone is a real contender, the value for money and variety of connections that Androids offer is, in my opinion, the decisive factor.
This time Samsung chose to stick with a similar look to their previous models, with the curved screen. In any case, on the + model the screen is 6.8 inches in size and offers resolution of 3040 x 1440 pixels (density of 498ppi) in comparison with the 6.3 inches and 2280 x 1080 pixels on the standard Note 10. This absolute beast has the highest Gb of RAM ever seen on Android: 12Gb, which can make light work of any task.
But in general, I don’t want to get into the phone’s technical details as I’m sure you’ve already heard all about them. Nevertheless, one of the things which really surprised me is the ability to operate the screen with a pen which can be used as a remote control. This sort of thing might seem trivial but it gives the phone an edge over other similar handsets.
What I really do want to tell you in this post is that this phone could be yours for a truly laughable price. Just the other day, I received a promotional email from CaixaBank (through HolaBank, the specialist bank for expats). It turned out that they were offering a mobile like this for less than 40 euros per month (at 0% interest). I couldn’t believe my eyes. It was unbelievable. I bought one right away. And to tell you the truth, I’m not really into super expensive mobiles, but now I can assure you that this one has pride of place on my desk.
So now you know, if you want a great mobile at a scandalous monthly price, you can get one with CaixaBank.