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New tip on Galaxy Note 10 now mentions 25W fast charging support, nullifies previous leak

11 June 2019 0

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 rumors and speculations are slowly picking up their pace so as to serve you the best and keep you updated. Well, the launch of the new Note series is expected to happen on August 10 so we are standing at quite a distance from it. But leaks know no limit and here comes another one which states that the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have a 25W fast charging tech. The tip coming from Max Weinbach even nullifies the previous leak that stated the probability of 45W fast charging tech.

According to the latest tip, Samsung will rather start using the even faster-charging tech, which is 45W with the Galaxy A90 device. This means the latest tech will first be seen on Samsung’s mid-range devices. This appears that Samsung might be planning to keep some new features exclusively reserved for its mid-range Galaxy A-series first.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is expected to hold a new design which doesn’t attract much. They feature a single top punch-hole situated in the middle of the display which looks quite weird and some early thoughts don’t like it at all.

The Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro may not feature a headphone jack, and if this is true then these phablets would become the first Samsung devices to avoid this common necessity. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 holds a triple lens camera and the Note 10 Pro comes with a quad-lens camera on the back. There’s still more to come before the said launch. So, stay tuned while we connect you with more leaks and speculations.


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