With such a running of a phone in the Galaxy S10 +, Samsung has acquired its work for their next major release, Galaxy Note 10. Note 9 was considered by many as an almost perfect phone, but eventually did not sell as much as expected . All this contributes to Samsung having to create a phone for the ages.
While waiting for confirmed details, we know quite a bit about the Galaxy Note 10. Specifically, we know at least it will have. The Galaxy Note series has always been an everywhere upgrade to the Galaxy S model, which was released earlier, and while this slot shrinks, the bill has never had inferior specifications. So the least possible is as good for a phone as the Galaxy S10 +, but with the S Pen. But to continue its strong sales, Samsung needs more. Early rumors indicate that they are up to the task.
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When Samsung releases Galaxy Note 10 in Q3 2019, it will actually release several phones. This year's edition is rumored to contain four phones – among them a new Pro variant with upgraded specs.
With the significant transformation of the Galaxy S10, we expect a new look for the Galaxy Note 10, including the adoption of an Infinity -O "punch" display. Samsung should also take back the title of the largest screen on a regular smartphone with a rumored 6.7-inch screen at Not 10 Pro.
Usually, the Samsung Galaxy Note release in August of five or six months after the announcement of the Galaxy S series. In this way, they can withdraw their sales when the Galaxy S series decreases. Regulations should be available within a few weeks, with official release a week or so afterwards.
- Issue date: August 2019
- Pre-order date: August 2019
- Announced: August 2019
Based on the Galaxy S10 series, we can make some assumptions about the storage capacity for Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro. First, the minimum internal memory should be 128 GB. Not only is it as much as S10, but it would help them keep pricing at the starting level low.
Just like S10, we do not expect a 256 GB variant. Instead, Samsung is likely to return to 512 GB on the second storage level. There should also be a 1 TB variant similar to the Galaxy S10 +.
Since there will be two main models, the Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10 Pro (along with two 5G models), we expect that only the Pro model (and its 5G variant) will have access to 1TB storage. Standard Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 5G will be limited to a maximum storage of 512 GB. We expect all variants to support expandable storage through microSD cards. With 1 TB of microSD card finally on the market, Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have up to 2 TB of storage.
- Storage available: 128 GB (Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro), 512 GB (Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro) or 1 TB (Galaxy Note 10 Pro)
- Expandable storage: Yes, up to 2TB via microSD card
Based on the pricing of the predecessor Galaxy S10, we expect the Galaxy Note 10 to be at least $ 1,099. This price is different from the Galaxy S10 +, which offers similar specifications, while being lower than the new Apple iPhones released a month later.
- Price: from $ 1,099
For years, Samsung has kept the same design language for its phones, with glass on both front and back and an aluminum frame. No rumors have shown that this will change, so we expect the same overall body style for Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro.
- Frame: glass, aluminum
- Finish: Unknown
So far we do not know any possible dimensions of the phone. More than likely, Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro will keep the IP68 rating. As with all Samsung devices, they have official support for all four major US wireless carriers along with an unlocked version.
- Height: Unknown
- Width: Unknown
- Depth: ]
- Weight: Unknown
- Dust / water resistance: IP68
- ] Supported carriers: Verizon, AT & T, T-Mobile, Sprint
- Infrared blaster: no
We expect the Galaxy Note 10's operating temperature to be the same as any other phone at 32 ° F to 95 ° F.
- Operating temperature: 32º to 95º F
- Not operating temperature: ] Unknown
- Relative humidity: Unknown
- Operating height: Unknown  Software
As with previous versions, we expect Samsung to launch with the next newest version of Android, 9 Pie. At the time of the announcement, Google will have released the official version of Android 10. Expected Samsung to update Note 10 to this version around January 2020.
With the release of Android Pie, Samsung ungraded its skin from Samsung Experience to a user interface. An interface comes with a new design that is closer to the stock of Android than before. Rumor has it that Samsung plans to update the software to include a better night mode and some other features that should be present on the version that comes out in the box for Galaxy Note 10.
Rumor has it that The Galaxy Note 10 will have a 6.4-inch screen. This is likely to be the Infinity-O screen with an oblong hole for dual forward-facing cameras such as the Galaxy S10 +. The screen should be curved as with most Samsung flagships and should be the new HDR compatible Dynamic AMOLED panel.
The Galaxy 10 Pro, on the other hand, will have a 6.7-inch screen.
- Screen size: 6.4 inch (Galaxy Note 10), 6.7 inch (Galaxy Note 10 Pro)
- Screen resolution: Unknown
- Total pixels: Unknown  Pixel density: Unknown
- Screen type: Dynamic AMOLED
- Notch: no
- Image format: Unknown
- Minimum brightness: Unknown
- Maximum Brightness: Unknown
- Update Rate: 60 Hz (60 Hz for Touch Detection)
- Color Temp: Unknown
- Color Image: Unknown
The Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro will use Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. As for the clock speed of each core, we are uncertain at the moment, but we can guess that it will run close to each core's maximum contribution.
When it comes to memorum y, we expect Samsung to use this as a way to distinguish between standard and pro models in Galaxy Note 10. We think note 10 will start at 6 GB and have at most 8 GB of memory . This makes the Galaxy Note 10 Pro bootable with 8 GB and offers a 12 GB version.
- Memory: 6 GB (Samsung Galaxy Note 10), 8 GB (Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro), 12
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
- Chip size: 7 nanometers
- CPU frequency: 2.84 GHz (1x gold), 2.41 GHz (3x) gold), 1.78 GHz (4x Silver)
- CPU cores: 8 cores (4 gold + 4 Silver)
- GPU: Adreno 640
So far, there are no rumors about the size of the battery. However, we expect the Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro to have a battery at least over 4000 mAh. Both phones support fast charging via Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging and fast wireless charging.
- Battery: rechargeable lithium ion
- Capacity: 4000 + mAh
- Wiring: yes, Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging  Wireless charging: Yes, 15W
- Reverse Wireless Charging: yes, PowerShare
We currently do not know anything about front camera.
We currently do not know anything about the rear camera's photo performance. We can assume that there will be at least one triple camera set with an ultra wide, telephone and wide-angle lens. There is a chance that it contains the 3D depth sensor found in the Galaxy S10 5G, but there are no rumors about this.
- Resolution Unknown
- Sensor size: Unknown
- Aperture: ] Unknown
- Zoom: Unknown
- Flash: Unknown
- Image stabilization : Unknown
- RAW Support: Unknown
- Lens Protection: Unknown
- Object Detection: Unknown
- Formats: Unknown
While nothing specific leaked, we can make some guesses based on the Galaxy S10, which uses the same SoC. We expect Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro to shoot up to 4K at 60 fps. Due to SoC, slow motion should be the same as the Galaxy S10 series, with the highest frame rate 960 fps for a time of 0.4s.
- Resolution: 720p, 1080p and 4K
- Max frame rate: 60 fps for 720p, 60 fps for 1080p and 4K
- Slow motion: 720p at 120 fps, 240 fps, 480 fps (0.8s), 960 fps (0.4s), 1080p
- Zoom: Unknown
- Flash access: yes
-  Image stabilization: yes, OIS + EIS
- Object detection: Unknown
- Autofocus: yes
- Sound: stereo
- Format: H.264 , H.265
Should this be the end of the headphone jack? We do not know. Rumors had originally shown that the Galaxy S10 series would remove the beloved gateway, but they proved to be inaccurate.
- 3.5 mm headphone jack: Unknown
- Stereo speaker: yes, earpiece and bottom break
- Mics: Unknown  Speaker volume: Unknown
Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro should have the same support for video and audio as the Galaxy S10 series.
- Audio: MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, AMR, AWB, FLAC, MID, MIDI, XMF, MXMF, IMY, RTTTL, RTX, OTA, APE, DSF, DSF, DFF
- Video: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM
We expect regular sensors to be found in the Galaxy S10 to get to the Galaxy Note 10 and 10 Pro.
- Barometer: yes
- Color temperature: yes
- Compass: Gravity: no
- Gyroscope: yes  Hall: yes
- Infrared: no
- Laser: no
- Pedometer: no
- ] Proximity: yes
We cross our fingers that Samsung finally contains dual band GPS support, making it one of the first phones to add this feature that officially releases into the United States.
- GPS: yes
- aGPS: yes
- ] Yes
- BeiDou: yes
- Galileo: yes
- ] QZSS: no
According to ETNews, Samsung can dike physical buttons. Instead, Galaxy Note 10 uses a system similar to HTC U12 + where the pages can be printed in a way that gives the same function as a button without actually being a button.
S Pen based on Bluetooth technology should also be
- Wi-Fi: 802.11 a / b / g
- Bluetooth: 5.0