Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note Plus are upcoming Samsung flagships that are slated for an August 7 launch. Unfortunately, Samsung wasn’t able to keep the specs of these smartphones under wraps — details of the camera, battery, display, etc got leaked last month.
And now, to add insult to injury, the full specs of the Samsung Galaxy Note and Note Plus has been leaked by famous leakster, Slashleak. According to the latest leak, the Galaxy Note 10 features 6.8-inches Dynamic AMOLED display, with a resolution of 1440p. Otherwise, the pixel density of the display panel is 401 PPI and has support for HDR10+( via WinFuture). The screen will be protected by Gorilla Glass 6. It has a triple camera(12MP+12MP+16MP) setup, 8GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, 3500mAh of battery, 25W USB-C fast charging technology, support for S Pen(with Air Actions gesture) and powering the smartphone will be Snapdragon 855+. Notably, Samsung will pack the Exynos 9825 processor instead of SD855 for customers in Europe. Note 10 doesn’t have a slot for microSD card.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus features 6.8-inches display, with a resolution of 1440p. Cameras, RAM, storage capacity, processor are similar to Note 10. Otherwise, it includes 4300mAh battery, 45W USB-C fast charging, and of course support for S Pen, with Air Actions gesture. You’ll also be able to expand the storage by inserting a microSD card.
Notably, the camera of the Note 10+ is expected to be slightly better than the regular model as it packs a Time of Flight((ToF) sensor, which will improve the focus of photos, and many other things. Moreover, you’ll be able to record 4K videos at 60fps with the upcoming Note 10+ smartphone.