Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+: comparison of the dimensions


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Samsung is about to officially unveil its new generation of large-format smartphones dedicated to professionals: the Galaxy Note 10. New this year, it will also be accompanied by a Galaxy Note 10. To offer a larger format and additional capabilities.

As is the tradition, leaks are linked to these devices, so that we already know the look and specifications. However, this has been done so far through renderings. Today, we have the right to a better vision of what will be these smartphones in nature.

The well-known Slashleaks platform and the @evleaks leaker has published stolen photos of the dummy Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 models. The photos of the models are substantially in line with what is shown in the renderings so far. The only detail that clashes is that the Note 10 Plus model seems to have a hole in the front display that can accommodate two cameras, like the Galaxy S10 Plus. The previous renderings have always shown only one, as on the Galaxy Note 10.

Finally, There is some new information shared by Evan Blass regarding the specs. The most interesting detail is the SoC, the very recent Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus. So far the rumors were talking about Exynos 9820 for all markets. While now it seems possible to continue with the same strategy adopted for the Galaxy S10 family. Assuming this is true, it is still very likely that we will have the model with Exynos.

Note 10:

  • 6.3 “AMOLED display @ 60 Hz
  • SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus
  • 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of non-expandable internal storage
  • 3.600 mAh battery
  • Fast recharge at 45 W and charge sharing at 15 W
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Note 10 Plus:

  • AMOLED display of 6.8 “@ 60 Hz
  • SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus
  • 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of internal storage expandable via microSD
  • 4.300 mAh battery
  • Additional camera for 3D detection
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