Like every year, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy Note device in its famous Unpacked event. And this year is nothing different, as the Korean tech giant has officially launched the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ in an event in the U.S. Well, users are finding it hard to cope up with the changes made to the design. And some of them are even asking how to Power/Switch Off Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+
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Other than astonishing design and elegant display, the new Galaxy Note 10 series packs flagship-grade under-the-hood specs and the all-new Galaxy S-Pen. The new stylus also sports some additional and improved features.
Another small change that has been introduced in the design is the position of buttons. In last year’s Galaxy Note 9 volume rockers and Bixby button were on the left, and whereas, Power Button on the right. In the new Note 10, all the buttons have been shifted to left.
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Also, there is no dedicated button to activate Bixby, Samsung’s voice assistant. To activate Bixby, you need to long-press the power button.
With the power button being used to turn on Bixby, it can’t be used to Power Off the device. If you don’t know how to Power/Switch Off Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+, don’t worry we got this.
How to Power/Switch Off Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+
It’s easy to Power/Switch Off Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+, but Samsung has changed it a bit.
- To Power/Switch Off Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+, just swipe down the Notification Center.
- At the top of it, you will find a Power Button icon, right next to the Settings icon. Tap on it.
- And finally, tap on the Power Off icon on the screen.
You may find that weird, but this is the only way to Power/Switch Off Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+.
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