Screen ratio of Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has been confirmed, here's the details you need

While it is predicted that we're to expect the upcoming Galaxy Note series to launch towards late August / early September, new report from Letsgodigital has claimed that the screen ratio of the Galaxy Note 10 Pro has been confirmed.

According to the report, Samsung will continue the Galaxy S10 on the Note 10 series, launching the regular version of Note 10, and another enhanced version of Note 10 Pro.

The current exposure details are that the Note 10 Pro 5G with model number SM-N976V just surfaced in a benchmark, which reveals more details about the aspect ratio of Samsung’s upcoming high-end smartphone with S Pen.

According to Korean media reports, the Note 10 series will support 5G networks, the international version will be equipped with the Snapdragon 855 processor + X50 baseband , and the Korean version will be the Exynos processor and its own 5G baseband .

Note 10 The regular version will be furnished with a 6.28-inch screen with a resolution of 1440×3040 pixels, while the Note 10 Pro will be 6.75 inches along with a built-in 4500mAh capacity battery (supporting 25W fast charge) and a rear four camera.

However, earlier rumor had claimed that the Galaxy Note 10 will come with a 25W fast charging sensor. Along the line, a new rumor popped up online, claiming that it'll support more than that, 50W to be precise.

As for the fast charging sensor, we don't know what to believe but as the earlier report and the news from Korea seems to be in concordant, we guess that the device will support 25W fast charging sensor. Of course, all of these are still online news, only when the device is launched shall our doubts will be cleared.


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