The Galaxy Note 10 is going to sport 45W fast charging, which is pretty fast even when compared to most of the fast charging devices. The news came in via Evan Blass when he tweeted about The device.
Evan also mentions that the small variant of the Note 10 won’t feature MicroSD card support, which is disappointing, because Samsung held it for a long time. What’s also disappointing is the lack of headphone jack this time.
Blass also says that devices will be powered by the new Snapdragon 855+, which is quite surprising as other reports hinted towards Snapdragon 855 instead.
The smaller and the larger models will feature 3,600 mAh and 4,300 mAh batteries respectively. There will also be a depth-sensing sensor on the Note 10+ and air gestures for the S Pen.
The Galaxy Note 10 is going to launch on August 7. Let’s wait till then to find out how Samsung has made so many changes in its upcoming flagship device.
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