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Everyone should stop calling smartphones… smartphones.
Smartphones today can do so much more than just make calls. We use it as a camera, as a messenger, an organiser, a watch, a map, a computer. The smartphone is, essentially, our everything.
It’s very rare that we make calls with our smartphones anymore.
But if your smartphone can only keep up with you making calls and not much else then it’s time for a change. A change to a smartphone that can do so much more than just making calls.
And Samsung wants to make that change just that easier with the second edition of its #iChanged campaign, and now is the best time for you to change that old phone to the Galaxy Note10.
The #iChanged campaign documents 10 important and common situations that many of us often find ourselves in. Nonetheless, with tools such as Samsung’s Advanced Super-Steady video recording, DeX, Samsung Knox, Video Editor, All-Day Battery, S Pen Screenwrite, and Google Drive, Maps, Play Store, and YouTube; these issues are efficiently resolved.
Why the Galaxy Note10?
Well, simply put, the Note10 is the quintessential flagship, a true do-everything phone. The Galaxy Note redefined what the smartphone is and now in its latest iteration, no other phone is as complete in its abilities, features and performance as the Note10.
From the stunning display — the best in the industry — to its laptop-beating performance, reliable battery life, defence-grade performance and award-winning camera, the Note10 is a powerhouse that fits in the palm of your hands.
And if you’ve been holding out, now is the perfect time to make the switch to what is one of the best, if not the best, phones of 2019.
Changing to the Note10 is easy too, thanks to Smart Switch
Moving pictures, files and everything else from your old phone to your new one can be a hassle but with the Galaxy Note10 with the Smart Switch app exclusive for Samsung devices. The feature is also available for the Galaxy S10 and other compatible Samsung devices.
Smart Switch makes it easy to transfer photos, music, videos and contacts from an existing smartphone to a new Samsung. The software even supports iOS devices, as well as other Android smartphones.
Here’s how you can transfer files to a Samsung device using iOS via iCloud wirelessly or with a cable.
For more information about Samsung’s #iChanged visit, www.samsung.com/my/power-of-10/“”