“Since Samsung is also expected to launch the high-end Galaxy Note 10+, the standard variant’s hardware might be watered down to keep the pricing in check”
Galaxy Note 10 screen resolution and battery capacity details have been leaked with the launch right around the corner. In a fresh new rumour, the Galaxy Note 10 is claimed to pack a full-HD+ screen resolution, which will be considered a huge downgrade from its predecessor that rocked a QHD+ panel. Since Samsung is also expected to launch the high-end Galaxy Note 10+, the standard variant’s hardware could be watered down to keep the pricing in check. The regular variant is said to weigh in at 168 grams, sport a 6.3-inch size and be available in various colours. The Galaxy Note 10 is also tipped to rock a 3,500mAh battery, in-line with previous rumours.
Furthermore, the bigger Galaxy Note 10+ is said to rock a relatively larger 4,300mAh battery, pack a 6.8-inch QHD+ display, and weigh 198 grams. Both the variants will arrive with a base storage of 256GB and 12GB RAM. While the standard Note 10 is expected to have triple cameras at the back, the Note 10+ with an additional ToF sensor. The Galaxy Note10+ will be available in white, black, and Magic Silver colour options. S-Pen for both the variants will support touchless gestures and is said to make sound effects when taking notes. Moreover, the selfie snapper could support night mode and live focus mode for video will be available built-in, along with zoom audio that will enable users to focus on what they want to hear by zooming into a particular area’. This feature is said to amplify the sound coming from that specific area and reduce all other noise.
Earlier rumours suggest that the Galaxy Note 10 will have support for 25W fast wired charging support, while the Note 10+ will support 45W. However, the adapter might have to be purchased separately. The flagship duo is believed to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 SoC and from the renders, it seems evident that Samsung might have finally ditched the Bixby button. Since the launch is just over two weeks from now, we should know more details soon.