Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro may feature a faster charging larger battery

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We have heard earlier that Samsung may be working on two variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, with 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch screens respectively, with the larger branded the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

Now serial Samsung leaker Ice_Universe has revealed more information about the device’s battery, saying it will have a 4500 mAh and 25 Watt charging.

Sammobile reports that the news is in part based on a battery EB-BN975ABU being certified by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology yesterday. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro is believed to have the SM-N975 designation.

The current S10 range can only Fast Charge at 15 watts, though the Samsung Galaxy A70 can already charge at 25 watts, suggesting the prediction is not too outlandish.

There is no word on when Samsung plans to launch the device but predict that it might be somewhere around late July. Apart from Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, Samsung also plans to launch a 5G variant of Galaxy Note 10 but details are scarce on that at the moment.

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