Galaxy Note 10 is all set to unveil on August 7. As we are getting closer to the announcement those rumors and reports get fast, thus we are receiving more info on Note 10 series. Recently, a report by Chinese 3C certification group revealed the Note 10 Plus will support the 45W ultrafast charge, whereas the vanilla Note 10 will stay behind at a 25W Quick Charge.
Before it, ICE Universe made a claim for Note10+ with 45W Charge to be ahead of Note 10 with 25W one. Well, you will be eligible to select a desired one, so don’t keep on worrying.
Samsung Note 10 duo will also compatible with 20W Wireless Charging pad. The vanilla model will tuck inside a 4,170 mAh battery and at the same time, the Plus model will power a 4,500 mAh battery.
3C agency didn’t reveal much about Note 10 specs, and also there a Note 10 5G model is absent in the report.
According to a previous report, a 5G version of Note series passed through Geek bench, and it was bearing the model number SM-970F with Snapdragon 855 architecture, 8GB RAM, and Android 9 platform.
Note 10 duo will have one thing common, and that is a Stylus Pen besides everyone. And we hope this time Samsung will add more features to S-Pen for improved handwriting.
As for pricing, Note 9 had offered at $999 at the time of announcement. Being a successor, Galaxy Note 10 will cost you above $1,000 for the base model. The actual sales for Note flagship devices will begin a month later (Sep 2019) after the unveiling.