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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may support fast-charging tech at 45W

03 June 2019 3

We have crossed the first half of this year and there are still many notable flagship phones to see in the other half. Among them is the much-anticipated Galaxy Note 10 and as always this will also launch in August this year. So, we have an ample amount of time to learn more about this flagship. Having said that, a new tip on the Galaxy Note 10 has arrived, according to which it’s speculated that the device will support the fast charging at 45W.

The famous tipster that leaks mostly about Samsung’s upcoming products has shared a picture on Twitter. As you can see, this is Leonardo Da Vinci in the picture with a binary number and a lightning bolt. The binary number converts to 45 in hex, and the sign of lightning bolt suggests fast charging. Well, if this tip is correct, the Galaxy Note is going to offer pretty fast-charging support.

Recently, the Galaxy Note 10 made rounds on the internet for its design and looks. It was reported that Samsung tested the key-less version of the Galaxy Note 10 but didn’t adopt it eventually due to some failures it experienced. But it’s highly suspected that Galaxy Note 10 will not feature a headphone jack. This tells Samsung is finally going away from the very traditional port and Galaxy Note 10 may become the first to ditch it.

Samsung is said to be trying different camera placements on the Galaxy Note 10. One report had said the device is going to have vertically-positioned rear cameras and they will be placed in the middle of the surface. Later, a render of the device showing the vertical module is placed on the left side of the rear panel. So, the final design isn’t yet clear but looking at the pace of rumors and leaks, we expect to witness the look of the Galaxy Note 10 soon.

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