Galaxy Note 10 Pro to feature 6.75-inch screen and 4500mAh battery

Written by Sajeel Syed ·  1 min read >

Samsung is reportedly working on at least four models of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. Two of them will operate on 4G carriers and the other two will incorporate 5G. This seems practical as the South Korean tech giant is rumored to launch the handset with the choice of two screen sizes i.e. 6.28-inches and 6.75-inches, with the latter being named as the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

As of now, the famed tipster Ice Universe has recently dropped yet another leak of the upcoming device, saying that the standard 4G model of Galaxy Note 10 Pro will feature an adequately-sized 4500mAh battery.

Meanwhile, a Korean publication has also posted a picture of the battery that it claims will be used in one version of the Galaxy Note 10. This model will be known as the 4G LTE enabled Galaxy Note 10 Pro and will carry the SM-N975 model number, where the Galaxy Note 9 has a model number as SM-N960.

It is intriguing to note here that neither the Galaxy Note 10 nor Galaxy Note 10 Pro have a single physical button on board as affirmed by Korean media. Also, the 4500mAh battery of Note 10 Pro is a 13% bump over the capacity of the 4000mAh battery that is featured in the Galaxy Note 9.

The Ice Universe also notes that the fast charger on the Galaxy Note 10 Pro will be of 25W similar to what we recently saw in the 25W charging available with the Samsung’s new mid-ranger — Galaxy A80.

Previous leaks have suggested that Note 10’s Pro variant may feature the same hexa-camera setup that the Galaxy 10 5G boasts. That includes four cameras on the rear and two selfie snappers on the front. The regular variant of the Galaxy Note 10 will reportedly have a penta-camera setup that includes everything on the Note 10 Pro except for the depth sensor.

The U.S. version of all Note 10 series is said to feature the Snapdragon 855 chipset, equipped with at least 8GB of RAM. The series is expected to be released as early as August.

Written by Sajeel Syed
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