Galaxy Note 10's display, battery capacity, and S Pen improvements get detailed in a new report
The much awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch is not too far away, which means we can expect quite a few leaks in the run up to the event. While we know a fair bit about what to expect from the upcoming Note 10 series, a new leak offers some insights about the display, battery capacity, and S Pen improvements coming to the Note 10. This information comes from a Greek tech site name Techmaniacs. We cannot 100% vouch for this, but there's not much to indicate it could be wrong either so take this for what it's worth.
According to the source, the Galaxy Note 10 weighs 168g and will offer just an FHD+ resolution display at 6.3-inches and will be powered by a 3,500 mAH battery. The reduced resolution should do its part in helping with battery life like what we observed with the Galaxy S10e. The removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack could have contributed in offering a enough space to accommodate the slightly larger battery.
The larger 6.8-inch Note 10 Plus will offer a QHD+ resolution display and will sport a 4,300 mAh battery. This model weighs 198g and is said to feature a ToF sensor alongside the triple-camera setup. The Galaxy Note 10+ is expected to offer 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage.
Both the devices will offer front-facing cameras with a dedicated Night Mode and Live Focus for video. The Note 10 will support 25W fast charging while the Note 10+ will be able to support up to 45W. However, the in-box charger will supply only 25W so if you really need high-power charging, you'll need to cough up extra dough for it.
The S Pen is also reportedly getting a few improvements such being able to hover and flip through images in the Gallery. It is being said that the S Pen will make a marker-like sound while note taking for added realism.
A form of LG's zoom audio feature is also expected to make it to the Note 10 series that allows the phone to focus on a defined area in the scene and record audio only from that area while reducing background noise. Also, Samsung could very well ditch the dedicated Bixby button and integrate it into the power switch.