Here are all the Leaks Regarding the Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note10

Samsung Galaxy Note 10

Samsung Note Lineup over the years built a solid fan base around the world. The Note Fans are eagerly waiting for the arrival of the 10th Anniversary Galaxy Note 10 series Smartphones. The leaks are suggesting that this year Samsung will not play safe and will push all the premium features they can add into their upcoming Galaxy Note 10 lineup.

There are many Leak claiming that the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 will be arriving in two variants. This is the first time Samsung will be launching two variants of their Note Devices since the Note 4 and the Note Edge.

According to a report from the website 91Mobiles via their ”trusted sources”, both model numbers of the upcoming Note10 and Note10 Pro are SM-N975 and SM-N976, respectively.

Several leaks are suggesting that the Galaxy Note10 will be coming with a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen and 128GB of base internal storage with a large 4,170 mAh battery. Meanwhile, the pro model comes with a massive 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with the same 4,170 mAh battery capacity. The Pro model is also coming with 256GB of base internal storage and consumers can purchase the top end variant with will contain 1TB of internal memory.

If the Leaks turns out to be true consumers may face up a dilemma to go for the smaller variant with less onboard storage but better battery life or opt for the Pro version which has a big screen, better internal storage options but a compromised battery backup.

Samsung will not introduce an E variant of the Note Series like the S Series Smartphones. Several Note 10 leaks are indicating that the Note10 Pro wouldn’t support a 45W charger and Samsung will play it safe by going forward with the 25W charger. The 25W charger is a huge upgrade for Samsung Devices due to the fact that since the Galaxy Note 4 in 2014, Samsung has been shipping their devices with the 15W Adaptive charger. By Comparision, Apple is still shipping their devices with a mere 5W Charger.

Note 10 and the Note10 Pro is expected to come with the Snapdragon 855 in the United States and some selected regions while for the rest of the world the Note Series Smartphones will be powered by the Exynos 9825 processor. The Note Series Smartphone will be housing a vertically stacked triple camera system with a possibility of a fourth TOF (Time of Flight) camera and all these features are secured via an in-display fingerprint scanner. Photo Renders are also suggesting the centered hole-punch display a different approach than the Galaxy S10 Series setup. Samsung may finally bid farewell to the much beloved 3.5 headphones jack. Samsung is expected to unveil the upcoming Note series in the second week of August.