Galaxy Note 10 leak reveals what Samsung has in store


The dust has settled on Samsung’s latest S10 series, unveiled at Unpacked last month. The reviews are in and attention naturally turns to the next flagship Samsung release, the Galaxy Note 10. A new leak offers an early glimpse at what we can expect for the Galaxy Note 10, which usually takes what is unveiled on the S range and steps it up a gear.

According to SlashGear, who cite its source as “people familiar with the subject”, a full breakdown of the Galaxy Note 10 specs have been revealed.

Galaxy Note 10 Specs

The Galaxy Note 10 will feature between a 6.6 and 6.66-inch screen with a screen-to-body ratio of 89%, up from the 87.5% on the Galaxy S10+ but with a similar resolution of 1440 x 3040. The higher screen-to-body ratio is achieved by using the same hole-punch front-facing technology we’ve seen on the S10 series. The Galaxy Note 10 will also feature 5G at launch but will be a separate device, similar to the Galaxy S10 5G. Powering the device will be the same Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 processor found in the S10 but will feature upgraded storage and RAM, which will offer faster speeds. As far as the cameras go, the Note 10 will have four rear cameras with 2 x 12-megapixel primary and zoom lenses with a 16-megapixel wide-angle and ToF 3D sensor. The front-facing camera will match the S10+ dual offering.

Galaxy Note 10 Price and Release Date

The leak suggests that the Note 10 will launch earlier than last year on August 8 and be available for order on August 23. The price of the Note 10 is expected to be increased slightly over the previous model, but not to the extent seen in the price increase of the S10 over the S9, which is good news.

The Galaxy Note range is typically for the powerhouse users who enjoy the use of the stylus but Samsung will no doubt refine features launched with the Galaxy S10 for its larger flagship.

Source: SlashGear

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