Galaxy Note 10 5G to feature upto 1 TB storage, report

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Samsung’s upcoming flagship from the Note series would offer epic storage and performance in a price you can’t even imagine to afford.

The South Korean tech giant’s most reliable insider, SamMobile has confirmed from its sources that Samsung will offer the Galaxy Note 10 5G with a new 1TB storage flavor, besides the 256GB and 512GB options. The media outlet has further revealed useful insights about the phone claiming that Note 10 5G’s 1TB variant should also have 12GB of RAM.

Though we thought that Samsung would introduce both 4G LTE and 5G models for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+/Pro but this might not be the case, at least according to this report. It is likely that there will be one 5G enabled Galaxy Note 10 model based on the specs of the Galaxy Note 10+. Among the US careers, the 5G phone will be offered via Verizon as noted by SamMobile.

Meanwhile, previous rumors have suggested that Note 10 5G could be equipped with a 6.75-inch curved Super AMOLED display with thin bezels and a punch-hole front camera embedded in the top of the screen. Moreover, the triple-camera setup in Note 10 will include a 12MP primary camera possibly with three-stage variable aperture, a 12MP telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom, and a 16MP Ultra wide-angle camera. However, a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor would also be added for more accurate depth sensing.

While talking about the phone’s design, SamMobile says that speculations hint that the 1TB model might have a ceramic back design as well. It must also be noted that the Galaxy S10 5G may not support a microSD slot, and if that’s the case with the Galaxy Note 10 5G’s 1TB variant (which will cost over $1,800 ) will certainly have plenty of takers.

Last but not least, we have heard that the Samsung’s engineers have admitted that their decision to include the iconic S Pen in the Galaxy Note 10 was a terrible move that spells doom for the device’s performance. It is likely that Samsung may soon be removing S-Pen’s support for future Notes.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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