Only a few hours left, Samsung will officially unveil the blockbuster “Note 10 Series in New York. Rumors and leaked information about this model are causing the online community to fever, especially the technology world. Now, ahead of its launch, the full specification of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 series has leaked. The leak comes courtesy of Evan Blass. While the tweet has since been deleted, the Internet remembers everything. So let’s take a look at their specs sheet.
The specs list is perhaps more interesting, though also appears at least slightly wrong. To be fair, all three models of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 are pretty similar to one another. In terms of display, the Note 10 comes with a 6.3-inch AMOLED display while both the Note 10+ and the Note 10+ 5G will feature a 6.8-inch display.
It lists all three models of Galaxy Note 10 as having a 1440 x 3040 screen, which would be good news, as some reports had suggested the standard model would just be FHD+ rather than QHD+.
However, it’s also listed as being FHD+ (even though that isn’t an FHD+ resolution) and the three phones are all listed as having the same pixel density of 502 pixels-per-inch, which given that the Note 10 Plus and Note 5G supposedly have 6.8-inch screens while the standard Galaxy Note 10 is listed as having just a 6.3-inch one would seem impossible.
Under the hood, all units will be rocking the latest Exynos 9825 SoC from Samsung. The standard Note 10 is also only listed as having 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, while the other two apparently have 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage.
All phones are also listed as having the same rear camera setup, which doesn’t add up, as images above the specs list on the source link clearly show that the standard Galaxy Note 10 has fewer lenses or sensors.
Where the specs claim the phones differ, other than screen size, include battery size, with the Galaxy Note 10’s listed at 3800mAh while the others are said to be 4300mAh, and charging speed, with the standard Note 10 supposedly supporting 25W charging, while the other two reach 45W. Notably, the Samsung Galaxy S10 only supports 15W, but a boost has been widely rumored.
According to the latest information, the new smartphone couple will have lower-than-expected prices announced and the price will vary depending on the distribution area. However, everything will be revealed very soon though as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 range is being announced today. So, I guess we will have to wait till the official launch.
Do not forget to follow us on our Facebook group and page to keep you always aware of the latest advances, News, Updates, review, and giveaway on smartphones, tablets, gadgets and more from the technology world of the future.