Samsung Galaxy Note10 leaked specs reveal downgraded display and Snapdragon 855+

As one would expect, there have been a number of leaks regarding Samsung's upcoming flagship phone, dating back to last year. We've seen reports that the Galaxy Note10 will be dropping the 3.5mm headphone jack, and also that it will sport four cameras on its rear. More recently, a gradient color option for the device was revealed.

Now, what are rumored to be the specifications for the Galaxy Note 10 and its larger variant, the Note10+, have been revealed on Slashleaks. Interestingly, these are further corroborated by quite similar specs unveiled earlier by Techmaniacs (translated by PhoneArena). Here's all the specs revealed thus far.

Note10 Note10+
Display 6.3-inch 1080p

6.8-inch 1440p

Chipset

Snapdragon 855(+) or Exynos 9825

Snapdragon 855(+) or Exynos 9825

RAM/Storage

8GB RAM, from 256GB storage

12GB RAM, from 256GB storage

Rear cameras

12MP main / 12MP telephoto / 16MP wide

12MP main / 12MP telephoto / 16MP wide / ToF camera

Battery capacity

3500mAh

4300mAh

Charging speed 25W 45W
Weight

5.92oz (168g)

6.98oz (198g)

Colors

Black, White, Red

Black, White, Crystal gradient

New feature

New S-Pen air gestures and sound, front camera night mode, live focus and audio zoom video capture

New S-Pen air gestures and sound, front camera night mode, live focus and audio zoom video capture

Rather surprisingly, it seems like the Note10 will be downgraded in terms of its resolution, featuring a 6.3-inch FHD+ 1080p display, in comparison to the Note9's QHD+ 1440p display. It looks like the Note10+ will instead be retaining the latter resolution, while featuring a larger screen size at 6.8 inches. In contrast to previous rumors, both phones will apparently be sporting a triple-camera setup on their backs, including one 16MP and two 12MP lenses. However, the Note10+ is noted to include a time of flight (ToF) sensor as well.

Galaxy Note9

Both devices are expected to offer 256GB of storage, along with either a Snapdragon 855+ or Exynos 9825 chipset. However, the larger variant will be arriving with 12GB of RAM, while the standard Note10 will offer 8GB of RAM. In comparison, the Note9 was powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC, and featured 128GB storage/6GB Ram and 512GB storage/8GB RAM pairings.

As far as battery specifications are concerned, the higher-end variant is expected to pack a 4,300mAh battery, while its smaller counter-part will include a 3,500mAh one. This change is also reflected in the weight of both devices, with each weighing 6.93 ounces (198 grams) and 5.92 ounces (168 grams) respectively. Once again, there seems to be a downgrade in store for the standard variant, since the Note9 shipped with a 4,000mAh battery.

Of course, there's no guarantee that these specifications will turn out to be accurate. However, we'll certainly find out more on August 7, when Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event for this year is scheduled to be held. You can view the live stream here, starting at 4p.m. EST/1p.m. PT.

Source: Slashleaks, TechManiacs via PhoneArena

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