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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro 4G variant rumored to have 4,500mAh battery

29 April 2019 3

Despite the fact, the latest Galaxy S10 lineup is relatively new but the rumors already start swirling regarding the Samsung's upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 10 series. As per the latest rumors, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro 4G variant will have 4,500mAh battery. If this info is accurate the upcoming Note Pro will have 5,00mAh battery cell larger than the predecessor.


Samsung recently launched Galaxy S10 5G variant with 4,500mAh battery cell. This means the company will be bringing the fairly large 4,500mAh battery to a 4G variant of Note 10 lineup. So we can expect the 5G variant will have even larger battery cell to handle the 5G connectivity.

According to the tipster, the Note 10 Pro 4G variant model number will be SM-N975. Samsung yet to release any flagship phone with Pro branding. As per the latest info, Samsung is internally working on four variants of Note 10 lineup. There will be two models of Note 10 with 4G connectivity and two with 5G connectivity. Apart from having hardware goodies, the Note 10 Pro variants will have a larger display than the regular model. The standard Note 10 is rumored to have 6.28-inches display whereas the Pro will have larger 6.75-inches display. We can expect more details regarding the Galaxy Note 10 series will appear in the coming weeks. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.


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