The latest Geekbench score of the Galaxy Note 10 suggested that the smartphone may not live up to expectations, with 4495 for single core and 10223 for multicore; meaning that the S10 is slightly more capable than the upcoming Note10. Serious concerns have also been raised over Exynos 9825, Samsung’s ARM-based processor, on which the Note 10 will depend on for processing power.
To add to the string of disappointment, the upcoming EP-TA845 charger will not be compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – only the Galaxy Note+.
Note10 does not support 45w, Note10+ supports 45w, but still provides a 25w charging head by default.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 17, 2019
Either way, the 25W charger will still be included with both of the smartphones; so you need to pay an additional $50 if you want to buy the 45W one for the Note 10+, anyway.