Samsung Galaxy Note 10's changed power button position makes it comfortable for left-handed users, but it can be inconvenient for right-handed people.
On the 15th (local time), the U.S. Media Mashable reports that left-handers will like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Media notes that the Galaxy Note 10 has both a volume control button and a power button integrated with the Bixby buttons on the left.
Since the power button on the iPhone or most Android smartphones is on the right, it can be a little difficult to adapt. If the power button is on the right side, the power button will naturally touch your thumb when your right hand grabs the phone.
Mashable added, "Ultimately, a flagship Samsung is a smartphone that left-handed people don't feel like second-class citizens."
US Media Buggy also made a similar statement in the article which introduced the Galaxy Note 10 after its release on the 7th. The Virgin said, "It's a little weird, but it's not too difficult to adapt. If you're left-handed, you'll love it."
The Galaxy Note 10 is a 6.3-inch normal model and a 6.8-inch plus model, and is available in four colors: ura ray glow, ura ray white, ura ray black, and ura ray pink. The release date is 23rd.