Samsung Note 10 To Come With Snapdragon 855+ Allegedly, But Not For Malaysia

With this many leaks already, Samsung should just hire a plumber

Some believe that leaks of highly anticipated products are intentional to help build hype prior to their official release or unveiling. In some cases it may be true, while others are good ol’ scoop-hungry spywork to keep fans and journalists like me well aware. In Samsung’s case, and if these leaks are actually accurate (with a good percentage of them already are), the upcoming launch for the Galaxy Note 10 will no longer function as a source of announcements, but as an official confirmation to these rumours instead. That said, here are more leaks of the aforementioned smartphone from the usual, reliable, and hardworking online leaksters.


Serial industry leakster, OnLeaks, tweeted that his sources revealed key specs for both the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus smartphones. He stated that the Note 10 will feature a 6.3-inch Infinity-O AMOLED display, Snapdragon 855+ processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB with UFS 3.0 storage, 3,600 mAh battery with 45W fast charging and 15W PowerShare function, and an S-Pen with “Air Actions” gesture function. Camera-wise, it will feature a triple camera setup consisting of a 12MP main + 16MP Ultra Wide + 12MP telephoto sensors.


He then followed up the initial tweet by saying that the Note 10 Plus will also feature most of the previously mentioned specifications found on the standard model, with the exception of having a 6.8-inch Infinity-O AMOLED display, and an additional DepthVision ToF sensor to its camera setup.


While the possibility of the Samsung Note 10 series equipped with a Snapdragon 855+ out of the box is definitely exciting to most fans, that might not be the case for us in Malaysia and other certain regions. As my colleague Michelle had pointed in her article, Samsung has the tendency to cut corners by shipping their flagship phones to non-US markets equipped with their in-house Exynos processors instead. Also pointed out by OnLeaks in this tweets, the Note 10’s alternative to the Snapdragon 855 Plus will be Samsung’s Exynos 9825 chipset. Bummer.


Stay tuned to our website for more news and possible leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and do stick around as well for its official launch on 7 August 2019.