The Galaxy Note 10 is scheduled to launch in less than two weeks which makes us hunt for leaks. Steve Hemmerstoffer, a frequent device leaker of @OnLeaks, has given us what we wanted – the pair of upcoming phablet smartphones from Samsung’s final specs. What specifications will these handsets have? Keep reading to find out the most recent Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leaks.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Details
The Galaxy Note 10 will be equipped, according to Hemmerstoffer, with an AMOLED display that measures 6.3 inches and a cyclopean-like ‘Infinity-O’ cutout. In addition to that, it will have a RAM of 8GB, and a 3,600mAh battery will support the 45W fast charging. However, where will this phone get its power from?
The leaker suggests that the new gaming-focused Snapdragon 855+ chipset from Qualcomm will keep this device running. In previous reports, it was mentioned that the Note 10 would have a 25W charger inside the box. With that being said, if you want to take full advantage of your phone’s fast charging capabilities, you will need to purchase an additional charger.
Furthermore, with this model, buyers will get 256GB of fast UFS 3.0 internal storage, but the possibility of expanding it with a microSD has not been mentioned, which means Samsung might give that one up.
On the rear of the Note 10, you will find three cameras – a 12-megapixel zoom lens, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide lens, and a 12-megapixel wide lens while the new generation S-Pen will also be integrated with “Air Actions” gestures.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Details
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus are not that different except that the latter features an additional ‘DepthVision’ time-of-flight camera, its battery is more powerful and of higher capacity (4,300mAh) and so is the display measuring 6.8 inches.
Both Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus will be announced on the 7th of August by Samsung when more details will be provided.
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