Tech 15 Jul
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series has some high-end hardware and a decent set of specs that would make it distinctive from others available in the market. There have been several rumors on the upcoming high-end Android-based phablets and now a new leak courtesy of the famous tipster Ishan Agarwal joins this long trail. His latest tweet puts out some juicy details on the upcoming entrants of the Galaxy Note series.
Galaxy Note 10 series has both super-fast wireless and wired charging support.
His tweet corroborates that the Galaxy Note 10 which is going to be unveiled at Galaxy Unpacked event on August 7 has both super-fast wireless and wired charging tech support. This means you can enjoy fast charging from both the type of chargers. It’s been rumored several times before that the Galaxy Note 10 will have 25W wired fast charging and 45W wireless charging support. So, the latest leak appears to be confirming this possibility but again take this info with a pinch of salt until Samsung confirms anything by itself.
Galaxy Note 10 series has an IP69 rating.
Another interesting tidbit about the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 series is IP69 water-resistant rating. We are hearing about this possibility for the first time. Also, there’s no other smartphone with this rating yet, not even the rugged phones, so if the rumor is believed to be true then Galaxy Note 10 will be the first to feature it.
Note that IP69 rating doesn’t increase the time of endurance for a smartphone to be submerged in water nor does it specify any further height of submergence. The IP69 rating is rather a maximum protection level that makes a device capable of resisting for high pressure and high temperature. This means all the Galaxy Note 10 devices will be able to withstand high-pressure and high-temperature tasks. This further implies the upcoming phones launching inside the Galaxy Note series have a strong build quality that makes them rugged.
Galaxy Note has FHD+ resolution only
The tipster’s tweet further mentions all the Galaxy Note 10 devices will have a 12MP main sensor with f/1.5 as the lowest aperture. Also, the display of the Galaxy Note 10 standard version is going to have a Full HD+ resolution and not the Quad HD one. Well, we are just a week away from the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 but more and more leaks are spewing information on a vast level.