The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is plagued with rumours and uncertainties. So far it has been confirmed that the buttons will remain, while the death of the headphone jack looks imminent. Well, now we have some key specs that are certain to be true for the upcoming Note 10.
A report from 91Mobiles who cited "trusted sources" shares that both model numbers for the Note10 and Note10 Pro are SM-N975 and SM-N976, respectively. Previous reports speculated this was for a single model with 4G and 5G support, respectively.
According to the report, the Galaxy Note 10 would have a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen and 128GB of base storage with a 4,170 mAh battery. Meanwhile, the larger 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display would be powered by the same-sized 4,170 mAh battery on the Galaxy Note10 Pro. The Pro would have 256GB of base storage and storage options up to 1TB of on-board memory.
By the looks of it, if you're a fan of the Note series and want to get the Note 10, you will have to choose between the top-of-the-line model or the smaller model with a somewhat better battery life as the larger display will consume more power.
GSMArena has also reported that the Note10 Pro would support a 25W charger, and not a 45W charger as initially rumoured. This is considered a great move in the right direction as Samsung has shipped Galaxy phones with 15W Adaptive chargers since the Galaxy Note 4 in 2014.
Other specs to take note of include that the Note10 Pro is expected to come with a Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9825, depending on region, and is rumoured to come with a vertically stacked triple camera system (possibly a fourth camera) with an in-display fingerprint scanner. Rumours also point to a hole-punch display but centered over the display rather than offset. It is also said to be the first Samsung Flagship to lose the headphone jack.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is also expected to be announced sometime in August with a rumoured date of August 10.