on 23-07-2019 14:48
Note10 will oddly downgrade the resolution from the Note 9 stepping from QHD+ (1440x2960) to FHD+. Its screen size will be 6.3" and the phone will weigh 168g and its battery capacity is said to be 3,500 mAh.
Note10+ smartphone has allegedly a 4,300 mAh cell, a weight of 198g, and a 6.8" QHD+ display. This device will be offered with a base storage of 256GB, and 12GB of RAM no matter which model you pick.
Samsung's grand Unpacked event August 7th, during which it's expected to unveil both of these devices.
Are you a Samsung Fan? Do you think these phones really give the Wow factor?
on 23-07-2019 19:48
Big Samsung fan and very surprised at the news too.
As I'm very happy with my Galaxy S10+ which seems to have a better and slightly larger screen, can't see me changing anytime soon.
Will be interested to see what Samsung have to say about this downward move, as I see it.
on 23-07-2019 23:16
At the moment these are just rumours. Every tech website is telling us different things but most do agree with the screen resolutions quoted.
on 25-07-2019 09:20
Although historically leaks at this late stage are pretty accurate.
I will be upgrading my Note 9 to the 10+.
You are either a note person or not. If you are, there is no competition. If not, there are plenty civilian devices out there.
I quite like the idea of a smaller note. If the sole reason for buying is the SPen, then it gives you a choice.
UFS 3.0, 4300 battery with 45w, new gesture SPen, 3 stage aperture camera with some TOF fancyness and wide angle. Plus the best screen in the business.
It really is the most complete device you can buy. As it always is. A true Swiss army knife.
Can't wait to get mine on the 23rd.
Let's just hope the 5g devices are not locked like the S10 5g's. Would be a disaster with no O2 until October.