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New details on Galaxy Note 10 reveal battery capacity, storage options, and more

11 June 2019 0

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series is expected to launch on August 10, so there’s a quite a good time between now and its unveiling day. But there are so many leaks already available to fill this void and quench your thirst. In the long series of such speculations, here comes another one that speculates some key specifications and a few other important details that were previously unknown.

According to a report from 91Mobiles citing “trusted sources,” model numbers of the two alleged variants of the series have come to notice. According to the report, the Galaxy Note 10 has a model number SM-N975 and the Galaxy Note 10 Pro SM-N976. Previously, it was reported that these models numbers were for a single model with 4G and 5G support.

The report also sheds light on the possible specifications of the device, according to which, the Galaxy Note 10 is said to have 4,170mAH battery and it has a 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen and 128GB of base storage. The larger variant which is going to be addressed by the name Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display and it’s fueled with the same sized 4,170mAH battery. The Pro would have 256GB of base storage and storage options up to 1TB of onboard memory.

So, if someone has to decide between these two devices, the screen size is going to be only ‘primary’ differentiator. The report also mentions other model numbers SM-N970 and SM-N971 but it’s currently unknown what they represent.

Also, a very recent interesting tidbit revealed that the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will include 25W fast charging and the 45W fast charging will rather be featured in the Galaxy A90.

Stay tuned as more details from more leaks may join soon.


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