The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus specs have been leaked lately, but this is by far the biggest advantage ever. It also comes from a reliable source and is accompanied by another look at the device itself.
We all know the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus will have QHD + display (1440 x 3040 pixels) with a pinhole camera in the middle and the Exynos 9825 chip (or the Snapdragon 855+, depending on the region). We also knew that the Plus version would provide 12 GB of RAM with 256 or 512 GB of internal UFS 3.0 storage.
But maybe not many of you know the dimensions and the weight Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. The phone has a height of 162.3 mm and a width of 77.1 mm at a thickness of 7.9 mm. Not bad for a widescreen device with a diagonal of 6.8 inches. The weight should be 198 g and it is expected a bit, given the size of this thing.
The Samsung Galaxy Note10 + also features a three-step aperture for the 12-megapixel main camera: f/1.5, f/1.8 and f/2.4. It has been confirmed that the telephoto lens has 12 MP with an aperture of f/2.1 for better low-light performance, while the ultra-wide shutter has 16 MP with a 1: 2.2 aperture. The front camera remains 10MP.
The battery should be 4.300 mAh, which we already knew, but the datasheet also confirms the 45 W fast charging technology. The wireless charging has also been increased to 20W. The AKG stereo speakers should complement the entire multimedia experience.
We also received a confirmation for the missing IR blaster and the missing 3.5mm jack, but these are pretty safe for a while. At least the Note 10 Plus will support a microSD card.
In other news of the Galaxy Note10 plus, we learn today that pre-orders will start on the same day of the announcement – 7th August – and delivery will begin on the 23rd. According to previous reports, the starting price should be 999 euros – for the base Galaxy Note 10 Version, by the way, it should come with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory.
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