The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 should come in just two weeks on the market. We already had many leaks regarding the design and specifications of Note 10 and the expected Note 10 Plus (or Note 10 Pro). You now have another gap that shows the screen resolutions of the smartphone and the size of the battery used by Samsung for the next phone.
According to a recent Greek rumor, Galaxy Note 10 will strangely lower the resolution of its predecessor from QHD + (1440×2960) to FHD +. According to this report, the screen size will be 6.3 “and the phone will weigh 168g, it will be available in red and the capacity of its battery would be 3500mAh.
On the other hand, the largest Smartphone Note10 + reportedly has a cell of 4300 mAh, a weight of 198 g and a QHD screen of 6.8 “12 GB RAM, regardless of the model Another feature compared to the Note10 is on the back of a ToF Sensor next to the three cameras to be shared with his little brother Note10 + contains white, black and silver silver that have already fled.
The S-Pen for both handsets Note10 supports non-contact gestures, with which you z. B. back and forth between gallery photos. Sound effects are also created when taking notes – by calling a highlighting mark. The front camera supports night mode and Live Focus for video is integrated. Audio zoom lets you focus on what you want to hear by zooming in on a specific area. The phone amplifies the sound in this area and reduces all other sounds.
According to rumor, the Note10 must have a fast charge of 25W, while the Note10 + supports a load of 45W, but the chargers of the box will not reach this goal. You have to buy an additional brick to enjoy. increased speed.
He also claimed that the Bixby button had finally disappeared, hoping that Samsung would put the Bixby function into the power button, which is likely to be accessed by a long press – just like Siri works on the iPhone.
This leak comes from a “very reliable source”, in the end it’s just that – a leak. again
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