Samsung Galaxy Note 10

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With Galaxy Note10 and Note10+, we’ve designed a mobile experience that’s like a computer, a gaming console, a movie-tech camera, and an intelligent pen, all in one device.

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Operating System


Storage (Internal)

256 GB

Screen Size

6.3 inches





Rear Camera

12 MP

Front Camera

10 MP





Wi-Fi Hotspot



Black, White


a. Android accessibility features
i. Vision
1. Voice Assistant
a. When Voice Assistant is on, your device provides spoken feedback to help blind and low-vision users. For example, it describes what you touch, select, and activate.
2. Dark Screen
a. Keep the screen turned off at all times for privacy.
3. Rapid Key Input
a. Release your finger to enter section instead of double tapping.
4. Voice Label
a. Write voice recordings to NFC tags to provide information about nearby objects.
5. Font and screen zoom
a. Change the font size, font style, and screen zoom.
6. High contrast fonts
a. Adjust the color and outline of fonts to make them stand out.
7. High contrast keyboard
a. Adjust the size of the Samsung keyboard and change its color to make the keys stand out from the background
8. Show button shapes
a. Show buttons with outlines to make them stand out
9. Magnifier window
a. Magnify content shown on the screen.
10. Magnification gestures
a. When this feature is enabled, you can zoom in and out by triple tapping the screen.
11. Large mouse/touchpad pointer
a. Enable a large pointer for a connected mouse or touchpad.
12. Negative colors
a. Changes the color display from black text on a white background to white text on a black background.
13. Color adjustment
a. If you are color blind or have difficulty reading the display due to the screen colors, you can adjust the colors on the screen to make it easier to read.
14. Color lens
a. Adjust the screen colors if you have difficulty reading text.

ii. Hearing
1. Sound Detectors
a. Receive alerts when the device detects a baby crying or the doorbell.
2. Flash notification
a. Flash the camera light when you receive notifications or incoming calls, or when alarms sound.
3. Mute all sounds
a. Disables all notifications and sounds.
4. Hearing aids
a. Improve the sound quality of your device for use with hearing aids.
5. Samsung/Google subtitles
a. Subtitles will be used with multimedia files when they are available.
6. Sound balance
a. Adjust the left/right sound balance for headphones.
7. Mono audio
a. Switch audio from stereo to mono for when you are using one earphone.

iii. Dexterity and Interaction
1. Universal Switch
a. Control your device using customized switches.
2. Assistant menu
a. Enables a menu that lets users with reduced dexterity control the phone.
3. Easy screen turn on
a. Turn on the screen by placing your palm over the screen instead of pressing any buttons.
4. Touch and hold delay
a. Increase the or decrease the adjust and hold delay for onscreen selections.
5. Click after pointer stops
a. Automatically click on an item after the pointer stops over it.
6. Interaction control
a. Customize the way you interact with applications and settings on your device. You can block or unlock areas of the screen from interaction, disable auto rotate screen and hardkey functions, choose to only show application notifications in the notification panel and the status bar.
iv. Additional Accessibility Settings
1. Text-to-speech
a. Select your desired Text-to-Speech engine. This lets you speak and the phone will transcribe what you say into text.
2. Direction lock
a. Set the screen to unlock when you swipe in a series of six to eight directions which you can customize.
3. Direct access
a. Opens your accessibility settings by pressing Volume Up and Power simultaneously.
4. Notification reminder
a. If there are any unread notifications, the phone will beep at set intervals.
5. Answering and ending calls
a. Set the phone to automatically answer calls if a headset or Bluetooth device is connected and end calls by pressing Power.
6. Single tap mode
a. Instead of swiping, you can respond to alarms, alerts, and incoming calls with a single tap.
7. Accessibility settings backup
a. Import and export your accessibility settings or share them with other devices.

2) Information about the compatibility of the product or service with peripheral devices or specialized customer premise equipment commonly used by individuals with disabilities to achieve access (list compatibility features):
a. Apps
i. Iris
1. Helps you control and interact with your device using only your voice.
ii. Robin
1. Helps you control and interact with your device using only your voice.
iii. Text To Speech Toy
1. Input what you’d like to say, then the app will read it out loud for you.
iv. Google Translate
1. Input what you’d like to say, then the app will read it out loud for you in the same language or in different languages if needed.
v. Big Launcher
1. A replacement launcher for Android that uses large icons and text.
vi. Google Voice Actions
1. Control your phone and perform certain tasks using voice control.
vii. Vlingo
1. Control your phone and perform certain tasks using voice control.
viii. BrailleBack
1. BrailleBack is an accessibility service that helps blind users make use of braille devices. It works together with the TalkBack app to give a combined braille and speech experience. This app lets you connect a supported refreshable braille display to your device via Bluetooth. Screen content will be presented on the braille display and you can navigate and interact with your device using the keys on the display. It is possible to input text using the braille keyboard.
b. Accessories
i. KeyMaestro Braille Keyboard
1. A Bluetooth braille keyboard that can connect to an Android device and used to control/interact with your device.
ii. Bluetooth Headset
1. Answer and place calls with your voice or simple button touches.
3) Record regarding whether accessibility or usability is achievable
a. Yes

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