Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Tipped To Rock Snapdragon 855+, 256GB, 4300 mAh Battery
According to Blass' latest report, the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will both be powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC, which features faster CPU and GPU clocks to deliver increased performance. Qualcomm has previously billed the Snapdragon 855 Plus as a gaming phone-centric SoC, and it currently serves duty in the ASUS ROG Phone II. However, it's highly likely that Samsung is using this refreshed chip to help further differentiate the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 families.
Other items of note include that the Galaxy Note 10 will feature a 6.3-inch 60Hz display, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage along with a 3600 mAh battery (for reference, the Galaxy Note 9 has a 4000 mAh battery). The Galaxy Note 10's battery can reportedly charge at a super-fast 45W via its USB-C port, or it can perform Wireless Power Share at 15W with another device.
As for the Galaxy Note 10+, it's said that it rocks a 6.8-inch display, a larger 4300 mAh battery and an additional depth-sensing camera. Another feature tipped is the support for air gestures with the S Pen.
Another more questionable leak suggests that the Galaxy Note 10+ will have 12GB RAM and that the Galaxy Note 10 will only have a 1080p display, which would actually be a downgrade from the Galaxy Note 9. This rumor also claims that the Galaxy Note 10 will be available in Black, White and Red while its larger counterpart will come in Black, White and Crystal Gradient.
Whatever the case, we won't have to wait too much longer to get all of the details on these new smartphones. The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will make their global debut on August 7th, hopefully alongside the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and the Galaxy Tab S6.