The upcoming month is ready to bring Samsung’s another Note series phone called Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, and it will join the Galaxy S10 5G as Samsung’s biggest phone.
According to Samsung, 5G to produce high data on realtime streaming, close to lag-free gaming, more virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), and generally much faster data downloads and uploads.
Here’s a quick comparison of what to expect from the rumored Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G versus the existing Galaxy S10 5G.
Design: An improved screen to body ratio, i.e., more is filled up by the screen and less by bezels, based on images of the Note 10+ spotted online. That would be different from the existing S10 5G.
Display: 6.7-inch or 6.75-inch display. More or less the same size as the Galaxy S10 5G — which is a 6.7-inch display.
Selfie camera: a hole-punch camera centered in the top, middle of the display. By comparison, the S10 5G has larger hole cut on the right side of the display, like the S10 Plus.
Storage/memory: in some markets, the minimum config could be 12GB RAM and 512GB of storage, according to Ice Universe. Also: expect to see a step-up to UFS 3.0 (Universal Flash Storage) from UFS 2.1.
Processor: Possibly Exynos 9820 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 — or maybe 855 Plus.
Charging: reports point to a 25W charger in the box and 45W charger as an option.
Battery: The Galaxy S10 5G has a 4,500mAh battery.
Price: well north of $1,000 for the Note 10 Plus 5G. The existing S10 5G starts at $1299.99 for the 256GB version.
Three versions of the Note 10 to arrive in August; the Note 10 Lite, Note 10 and Note 10+, the latter two of which will reportedly be made available in 5G variants.
According to the WinFuture, the Galaxy Note 10 will start at €999 in Europe, while the higher-spec Galaxy Note 10+ will be available for €1,149. The site notes that both models will come with 256GB base storage.
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