South Korean company Samsung will soon launch the Galaxy Note 10. Frequent leaks about this phone keep coming to the fore. The Galaxy Note 10 is reported to be launched in two models. The names of these models will be Galaxy Note 10 Vanilla and Galaxy Note 10 Pro. Many leaks have arrived on the phone. As per the information available now, Samsung will not have the option to expand the memory on the phone. Know the full details ahead
The Galaxy Note 9, launched last year, was given a memory card slot. As per the leaks now, the company can skip the memory card slot in Note 10. The XDA Developers reports that both models will have a 3.5mm jack. Earlier, there were reports that the phone would not be given a 3.5mm jack.
Tell us for your information before the Silicon case of this phone was leaked. In terms of past leaked specifications, the Galaxy Note 10 can feature a 6.4-inch dynamic AMOLED display and comes with a base variant with 128 GB of storage options. It also comes with a 4,170mAh battery. On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro model features a slightly larger 6.8-inch Ameed display. It is said to be a standard 256 GB storage option, with another variant of which can come with 1 TB memory. It also comes with a 4,170mAh battery. According to a report by the Russian website Hi-Tech Mail, the Galaxy Note 10 can be priced from $1,100 to $1,200 (around $76,450 to $83,250). The report does not make it clear whether the price is of the top end 5G model or the LTE version. News is also coming that the company may also launch the Galaxy Note 10e model. This may be an affordable version of the company's Note 10. Some of the features will be provided with a regular variant. The company's sales report will tell the customers how much they like with these features.