It’s becoming more and more typical for leaks to happen before a smartphone actually launches. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is the latest to suffer from repeated leaks. Heck, even the phone’s USB-c to 3.5mm dongle has been leaked, revealing that the phone will no longer offer a dedicated headphone jack.
The leaks have also confirmed that the device will feature a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display that covers most of the phone’s face. While bezels will still be found on the phone, these will be much smaller than what has been seen on previous Samsung devices. The bezels will be limited to the top and bottom of the screen, and the device will be sporting a new hole-punch display. There will also be a multicolored gradient back finish option which is akin to what we’ve seen become more and more popular amongst flagships phones.
But the Note 10 isn’t just receiving a new look, it’s set to have a variety of hardware improvements too of course. To start, some of the Note 10 models will be powered by Qualcomm’s newest and fastest Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset. Other specs include 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a microSD reader, a 3,600 mAH battery with 45-watt charging and 15-watt wireless charging support.
It’s also been leaked that there will be two editions of the smartphone; the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G. The 5G version will come rocking a larger 6.8-inch display, and a 4,300 mAh battery.
An official release for the specifications hasn’t been unveiled yet, but the company has scheduled press conference next week in New York on August 7th. According to some reports, the phones are set for release on August 23. Although an exact price hasn’t yet been revealed, rumor has it that it’s going to be pricey.