Samsung’s Galaxy Note series has a number of loyal customers, as new phones in the lineup come with innovative features. The anticipation for the Note 10 is higher than usual as it’s expected to be a complete overhaul of the Note 9.
This time, Samsung has decided to release two models rather than one, called Note 10 and Note 10 Pro. Note 10 Pro will be the jacked up model with larger screen size, whereas the regular Note 10 is rumored to have a smaller screen. Both of these phones are rumored to come with a large 4,170 mAh battery, more than any Samsung phone to date.
According to a report from 91mobiles, the phones will come with model numbers SM-N975 and SM-N976.
As for the other specifications, based on different reports and leaks from trusted sources, the Note 10 will boast a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED display and the Note 10 Pro will feature a 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED display.
Both the phones will be fueled by a 4170 mAh battery, which means that the regular Note 10 will have a better battery time than the Note 10 Pro thanks to its smaller screen. The phones will support 25W fast charging. Previously it was reported that both the models will support 45W fast charging but the rumor hasn’t been confirmed.
Moving on to the storage, the RAM capacity is currently unknown but Note 10 will allegedly feature 128 GB of built-in storage and Note 10 Pro will come with 256 GB memory. Since these phones are flagship models, they will be powered by a Snapdragon 855 or a new (rumored) Exynos 9825 chipset depending on the region.
As for the cameras, the phones will feature vertically aligned 3 or 4 camera sensors. At the front, it will likely have a punch hole camera at the center.