Samsung Galaxy Note 10 family is so far rumoured to have four distinct models — with two supporting 5G. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro is said to come with a 6.75-inch display, which is why it could come with a large 4,500mAh battery to keep it alive
- The Galaxy Note 10 Pro is expected to come with a 4,500mAh battery.
- Samsung is tipped to announce a regular Galaxy Note 10 and a Pro version.
- The Galaxy Note 10 Pro is also rumoured to come with a larger 6.75-inch display.
According to a new leak, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro will have its battery bumped to 4500mAh, an increase of 500mAh over its Note 9 predecessor. Apart from the battery size, the other major difference between the two models will be the screen size with the regular Galaxy Note 10 coming with a 6.28-inch display and the Galaxy Note 10 Pro getting a 6.75-inch screen. Samsung has used a similar capacity for the Galaxy S10 5G and the Galaxy A70, both being large phones with 6.7-inch AMOLED displays.
The 4500mAh capacity of the Note 10 Pro would also put it on par with the 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 and since this would be the 4G version of the Note 10, a device supporting the new faster cellular connectivity would see an even larger battery.
The 4G variant of the Note 10 Pro is set to carry the model number SM-N975, which saw the cellular chip in the device pass-through certification by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology on Saturday. This chip carried the model number EB-BN975ABU, which aligns to the 4G variant of the Note 10 Pro.
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Overall, the Galaxy Note 10 family is rumoured to come in four different variants — two of them will have 4G support, while the other two of them would work on 5G networks as well. The Galaxy Note 10 variants are also rumoured to have triple and quad camera setups.
Samsung is expected to launch the Note 10 series in August.