Samsung is exactly four weeks away from unveiling the Galaxy Note10 series, its next flagship device for this year. After the company confirmed earlier this month that it will hold its next Galaxy Unpacked event on August 7 in Brooklyn, NY, a new report surfaced today claiming that the 5G variant of the handset will have up to a whopping 1TB of internal storage.
It's not exactly clear how much the 1TB variant of the Galaxy Note10 5G will cost, but it won't be expected to come cheap. The 1TB model's rumored addition to the phone's lineup of storage capacities, including the 256GB and 512GB variants, makes sense given that the Galaxy S10 5G model also comes with a similar storage configuration.
In addition, the Galaxy Note10 5G may follow in the footstep of the Galaxy S10 5G in terms of dropping a microSD card slot, so 1TB of internal storage could certainly come in handy for consumers. There's no word on its other key features for now, but its LTE siblings have been subject of much rumors over the past few months, with the most notable one claiming that the Galaxy Note10 series will be dropping the 3.5mm headphone jack and all sorts of physical buttons.