“Samsung Galaxy Note10 is expected to come with up to 12GB RAM, 45W fast charging support and feature no physical buttons”
Samsung Galaxy Note10 has been in the spotlight for the past couple of weeks with consistent leaks and rumours. Recently two variants with model numbers SM-N976V, SM-N976B were spotted on Geekbench, revealing the phone could pack up to 12GB of RAM and be powered by the Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9825 SoC, depending on the region. Now, in the latest development, according to the Russian site ‘Hi-Tech Mail’, the Galaxy Note10 is said the be priced around $1,100-1,200 (around Rs 76,300 to Rs 83,200). However, the report doesn’t specify if it is for the top-end 5G model or the standard variant.
Furthermore, rumours suggest that Samsung might be secretly working on the Galaxy Note 10e, an off shot variant of the standard Note with a few hardware compromises, in similar lines of the Galaxy S10e. So it is possible that the Galaxy Note10e could be priced more affordably. But then again, it’s all speculation at this moment, and since the launch is not due until August, things might take a drastic turn. So we suggest you take this with a pinch of salt.
Under-display camera technology will take a long time to mature.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 4, 2019
In the second half of this year, the rigid Super AMOLED will be on the stage of history, with a size of 3.x mm, and will continue to Shrink this number until 1mm in the next 1-2 years.
Separately, noted tipster Ice Universe on Twitter claims the punch-hole design, that Samsung introduced with the Galaxy S10 series, could be shrunk down further to make it even more discrete, corroborating with the Hi-Tech Mail’s report. So it is likely that we might see a smaller punch-hole design on the Galaxy Note10 later this year. Lastly, reports also suggest that Samsung might finally ditch the 3.5mm audio jack in favour of a larger capacity battery and the Galaxy Note10 might feature no physical hardware buttons.