Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+ Specifications Leaked: Snapdragon 855 Plus, 45W Fast Charging Expected

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Samsung, as you might all be aware, is gearing up to launch its second flagship device of 2019 with the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 series a few days from now. Thus far, all we knew about the Galaxy Note 10 was the overall design language and some styling cues. We still did not have complete details about their hardware specifications. That was until yesterday. According to GSMArena, there have been a couple of recent developments that seem to reveal the hardware that you can expect on the Note 10.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series: Expected Specifications

The latest revelation about the specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series comes from popular leakster Evan Blass (@Evleaks) who revealed that the Galaxy Note 10 will feature a 3,600 mAh battery. This is contradictory to an earlier report which put the battery capacity slightly lower at 3,500 mAh. As for the Galaxy Note 10+, it will get a much larger 4,500 mAh battery. The Note 10 is likely to feature a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED panel with QHD+resolution. It is expected to be a normal 60Hz panel which is somewhat of a downer because we now have devices with 90Hz and 120Hz AMOLED panels on sale. The larger Note 10+ is expected to get a 6.8-inch panel. The base variant of the Note 10 is likely to be offered in an 8GB+256GB configuration. There will almost certainly be a 12GB RAM variant with up to 1TB of storage on the Note 10+. Of the two, only the Note 10+ is likely to get a MicroSD card slot.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series to get Qualcomm and Exynos versions

The global versions of both the Galaxy Note 10 and the note 10+ will use the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC. In India, we are likely to get Samsung’s own Exynos 9825 SoC. There is also talk about the Note 10+ featuring support for 45W fast charging while the Note 10 may stick to 25W fast charging. It will also support reverse wireless charging. Both the phones will ship with the customary S-Pen with air gestures. As far as the camera setup on the devices is concerned, we are likely to see three rear-facing cameras that consist of a 12MP wide-angle camera, a 16MP ultra wide-angle camera, and a third 12MP telephoto camera.


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