Written byMudit Dube
Galaxy Note 10, the next iteration of Samsung's flagship phablet, is a good three-four months away from being official.
However, the rumor mill is quite buzzing as the latest renders give us the first look of the upcoming device.
Moreover, reputed Samsung insider Ice Universe has also tipped key details about Note 10.
Here's everything to know about it.
According to Ice Universe, Samsung is working to launch two models under its Galaxy Note 10 series. One of them will be a standard Note 10 while the other will be a Pro model, presumably with more spruced-up internals.
As per the latest renders (via @BenGeskin), Galaxy Note 10 will feature a punch-hole display with curved edges and an all-glass body.
However, the selfie camera will be placed in the top-center area rather than the top-right corner as seen on the Galaxy S10-series.
On the back, the glass panel will house a vertically-mounted quad lens camera setup - similar to Huawei P30 Pro.
Considering Samsung is working to launch two Note 10 models, we can expect to see two different screen sizes. That said, both models will most certainly offer Dynamic AMOLED displays with HDR10+ support and an in-screen ultra-sonic fingerprint sensor - much like the Galaxy S10-series.
As per renders, Galaxy Note 10 series will offer a quad lens rear camera setup. However, this setup may be exclusive to the Pro model whereas the standard Note 10 could offer a triple lens array.
Up front, both models will offer a single selfie camera and this bit of information has been confirmed by Ice Universe.
Galaxy Note10 is Samsung's last 1/2.55-inch 1.4um CMOS flagship phone. Samsung has been using it for 4 years. Starting next year, Samsung S11 will adopt a new large-size large-pixel CMOS.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 29, 2019
Internally, Note 10 could be very much like the S10+ with a Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 processor, upto 12GB of RAM and upto 1TB of embedded storage (possibly, UFS 3.0 format).
Under the hood, the standard model is said to house a 3,400mAh battery whereas the top-end Pro variant is rumored to pack a 4,500mAh battery. Notably, both models would also support two-way wireless charging.
Charging speed is a significant upgrade for Note10.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 29, 2019
Given Note 9 came in August, we can expect Samsung to launch Note 10 around the same time this year as well. As for pricing, the flagship phablet should come at a starting price of $1,000 or roughly Rs. 70,000 in India.
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