The best device that Samsung can offer in that particular year, making it a great choice for power users. And today’s rumor indicates that the Galaxy Note 10 is indeed going to continue the legacy of the Galaxy Note by offering the best specs and features of 2019. First, off we have a leaked battery of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. For those of you who don’t know, Samsung will launch two variants of the Galaxy Note 10. They will be a regular Note 10 and a pro version of the Note 10 which will probably be named the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.
The leaked battery capacity is 4500mAh which is in line with what we have been expecting so far. The Galaxy S10 5G also has a 4500mAh battery and it doesn’t make sense for the Galaxy Note10 Pro to have lesser capacity battery than that.
Also, Ice Universe made a tweet confirming this. Also, he said that the Note 10 Pro will have a 25W fast charging capability, which again makes sense since the S10 5G has 25w charging speeds as well.
By the way, there was a rumor that the Galaxy S10 will also get the 25w charging speeds with a software update. The Galaxy S10 is capable of higher charging speeds but for some reason, Samsung throttled it to 15w but I’m positive that it’ll eventually make it to the S10 as well.
It’s hard to say when exactly but I don’t think it makes sense for Samsung to do it before the launch of the Galaxy Note 10. I mean its one of the key differentiating features for the Note 10. So if I were to guess Samsung wouldn’t do it until they release the Galaxy Note 10.
Maybe they’ll do it a month or two after the launch of the handset. In any case, I’m gonna surely keep you posted. So I’m not expecting any difference in design between the Galaxy S10 Plus and Note 10. But there’s an interesting rumor out there from a leaker who has a decent track record.
He says that Samsung will make sure that there will be more differences between the two handsets. I’m not sure if he’s talking with respect to the design or the features. I first thought it featured until I saw his reply to one of the comments that he got.
In any case, I don’t think there will be any design changes. There’s only so much you can do with that rectangular piece of slab. The S10 already saw a big design change and it doesn’t make sense to expect another change in such a short time.
So I would advise you to take it with a pinch of salt. Anyway, do consider subscribing for all the latest updates on the Galaxy Note 10 and as always I’ll see you tomorrow.