As someone who works in a University to find technology for individual students I’d first say that honestly, so long as a device has palm rejection/active pen technology, it’s fine for note-taking. The software choice is often the bigger question, and whether the tablet is meant as a supplement to a another computer, or is itself the primary computer. the iPad Pro and Galaxy tablets are frankly not even remotely in a place I can recommend them for use as your primary machine, but are quite serviceable as a supplement (though then you have to deal with having multiple devices and your files potentially being spread out. And I dislike the pricing on the iPad Pro).
Personally, I just finished my Computer Science degree and did almost all of my non-coding heavy work on a Surface 3 (though I’ve spent time using almost every other major competitor device on the market), and I can honestly say that for notetaking most of the statistics about digitizer pens are more or less irrelevant. The levels of pressure really are not noticeable, tilt has minimal effect, and so long as the latency isn’t massive (which it isn’t on every piece of semi-modern hardware I’ve used) you’ll be fine.
I’d also highly recommend just using the Windows 10 version of Onenote over Nebo, Evernote, or any of the other software out there for pen/notetaking right now. Onenote has all the ink-to-text functionality of things like Nebo (barring some of the gestures, which in my use ultimately were nothing but an annoyance) plus the capability to convert ink to math notation and even solve equations in a fair number of cases. Then on top of that, it is very solid for just typing in notes and importing images as well.
TL;DR - The V will perform far better than the Surface which got me my degree, use Onenote no matter what you buy.