We only have hours to go until the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is officially unveiled, but a new leak has surfaced which gives us new details regarding the two new phones. First up are the starting prices of the two smartphones. According to the leaked marketing documents, the base level Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will sell for $949 while the Galaxy Note 10+ will have a sticker price of $1,099. Most people will not be too excited about the price, but it’s comforting to see that Samsung decided not to charge a $100-$200 premium over the Samsung Galaxy S10+.
The leak also sheds some light on several new features that will be offered by the new Note 10 smartphones. As expected, the S Pen will be getting smarter with the ability to remotely switch between camera lenses, a feature which was recently shown off on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. The cameras on the phone will also come with a new Audio Zoom capability which HTC introduced in 2017 on the U11.
For us, the most important new feature will be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10’s “Superfast Charge” feature which will offer “hours of juice” with only a few minutes of charging. Samsung has included Qualcomm Quick Charge support in its flagship devices over the years, but it has often not included the necessary wall chargers needed to take advantage of the faster charging speeds. Meanwhile, companies like OnePlus, Vivo and Xiaomi have been pushing their own charging technologies which are able to deliver charging speeds which can deliver a 50% charge to their smartphones in a matter of minutes.
Source: Droid Life