“Samsung Galaxy Note10 is reported to ship with a 4,300mAh battery and boot Android 9.0 Pie”
Rumours surrounding Samsung’s Galaxy Note10 flagship are slowly picking up the pace. Recently, we came across details regarding the support for 50W fast charge, latest UFS 3.0 storage, along with the fact that the handset is said to come in two variants, including 5G models of each. And now, it is reported that the Galaxy Note10 would pack in a powerful 4,300mAh battery, contradicting previous rumours.
While it was initially reported the handset might have a 4,500mAh battery, it could be limited to the rumoured Galaxy Note10 Pro variant. The recent HTML5 benchmark test revealed that the Galaxy Note 10 will have a 19:9 aspect ratio and most likely feature a punch-hole design. The standard Galaxy Note10 is said to pack a 6.28-inch with 536ppi pixel density, while the Galaxy Note10 Pro is expected to sport a relatively larger 6.75-inch screen with a resolution of 1,440 x 3,040 pixels with a pixel density of 498ppi.
As for the other specifications, the Galaxy Note10 could be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC for the variant that sells in the US and Exynos 9820 8nm processor in rest of the world, including India. The device is also said to be available in Black, White, Silver, Red, and Pink colour options at launch. It’ll likely run Android 9.0 Pie with One UI out of the box and rock a quad-camera setup at the back. Reports suggest that the 10th-gen Note smartphone will also come with an improved S Pen support. Since nothing is officially confirmed yet, we’d advise you take all this with a pinch of salt.