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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro: We finally have some solid information and leaks around the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

And it looks like, this year, we’re gonna be having at least two different versions. and let’s break all of these leaks and rumors down, So, as mentioned, it looks like, for the first time this year we’re gonna have two variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note.

A Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

Now, these are gonna be available in 4G, as well as possibly 5G versions.

And the Note 10 is gonna have a 6.3-inch display, whereas the Note 10 Pro is gonna have a 6.75-inch display.

Now looking at these initial renders, although the basic design language is very similar to what we’ve got on the S10 and S10 Plus.

So that’s the metal and curved glass sandwich.

We do have some key differences.

Firstly the Note 10s will be a lot more squared off towards the edges, compared to the slightly more rounded edges of the S10s.

This is something that we do see on the Note series to give them a bit more of a notebook kind of a look.

And it looks like Samsung is gonna continue with their punch-out design for the front-facing camera.

However, this time, it looks like we’re gonna have it in the middle, rather than on the top right-hand corner, as we’ve got on the S10 and S10 Plus.

Now, personally speaking, I have gotten used to the S10 and S10 Plus punch-out, which is tucked away in the right-hand corner.

But then it does push some of the icons at the top more towards the right, and it doesn’t give asymmetrical look.

So having the punch-out in the middle might be something that you like.

So why isn’t Samsung going for a pop-up or rotating camera on the Note 10, as they’ve got on something like the Samsung Galaxy A80?

Well, I think it comes down to the fact that this is the flagship device.

They are gonna be selling the Note 10 in millions, and having some moving parts doesn’t really seem practical when you’re gonna be selling at such high volumes.

So although we’re not gonna have a completely bezel-less design like we’ve got on something like the OnePlus 7 Pro, we are gonna be getting a very high screen-to-body ratio.

Now, these displays are gonna be Dynamic AMOLED, with quad HD plus resolution, with support for HDR10 plus.

However, whether they’re gonna have a high refresh rate, 90 hertz, like we’ve got on the OnePlus 7 Pro, is still a bit of a question mark.

Something that I would definitely like to see, but that is something that we don’t have any solid information about, as yet.

Now looking towards the back, we do have a different camera placement to what we’ve got on the S10s.

On the S10s we have a horizontal camera placement in the middle, but on the Note 10s, we’re gonna have a vertical camera placement, towards the top left-hand corner.

Now, these cameras are likely to be very similar to what we’ve got on the S10s.

So, an ultra-wide, a regular, as well as a telephoto camera.

However, the Note 10 Pro is likely to have a fourth camera, which is gonna be a time-of-flight camera to measure depth information.

This is something that’s only gonna be on the Note 10 Pro, however, not the regular Note 10.

And it’s something that we have seen on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 5G.

Now internally, the Note 10s are gonna be powered by either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, or possibly the Samsung Exynos 9820, or maybe even the 9825.

So the 9820 is currently what we’ve got on some variants of the S10 and S10 Plus.

I personally haven’t been too pleased with it, especially when it comes to optimization for battery life.

It is an eight-nanometer chip, rather than a seven-nanometer like we’ve got on the Snapdragon 855.

So some rumors are saying that we might be getting the 9825, which will be a seven-nanometer chipset.

Now, this isn’t fully confirmed, but if we do have it, that’s gonna be positive news for regions that don’t have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855.

And for RAM, we’re likely to have up to 12 gigabytes of RAM.

For storage, it looks like we are gonna be getting UFS 3.0 storage.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Pro

This is something that we’ve got on the Samsung Galaxy Fold, as well as the OnePlus 7 Pro.

It’s super fast.

It’s twice as fast compared to the previous generation and will be a welcome change.

However, this may, may mean that we’re no longer gonna have an SD card slot on the new Note 10s.

And that is because of an SD card, the speeds will be much, much slower, compared to UFS 3.0.

So having an SD card slot on the Note 10s, because of UFS 3.0, does seem very unlikely at this point in time, but we’ll have to wait and see.

Now, what about the batteries?

Well, the Note 10 Pro is currently rumored to have around a 4,500 mAh battery, with the Note 10 having something slightly smaller.

And there are rumors that we might have up to 45-watt fast charging.

This is something that we’ve seen on some one-way devices.

It lets you get some crazy fast charging speeds.

However, some recent rumors have disputed this and said that we should be getting 25-watt fast charging.

This is something that we’ve got on the Samsung Galaxy A80.

Either way, we’re gonna be having super-fast charging on the new Note 10s.

Of course, 45 watts would be amazing.

I think while it’s charging, as well as power share goes without saying.

These are things that we do have on the S10s, and are very likely to be there on the Note 10s.

And of course, the Note 10s will be coming with the S Pens.

This is something that differentiates the Note series from many other devices out there and does make it quite unique.

In terms of the individual features, we’ve not got too much information as yet.

Now if we do take a closer look at some of these renders, a lot of you may be disappointed to see that we no longer seem to have a 3.5 mm jack.

This is something that I did predict when I checked out the Samsung Galaxy A80, which also doesn’t have a 3.5 mm jack.

So it looks like although Samsung has been one of the only manufacturers that’s been holding on to the 3.5 mm jack for their flagship devices, it’s finally gonna be saying goodbye.

We don’t see a physical fingerprint sensor on any of these renders.

So it looks like Samsung will be sticking to the ultrasonic, in-display fingerprint sensor that we’ve got on the S10s.

And what’s also interesting is that these renders don’t seem to have a Bixby button.

So it might be the case where Samsung is gonna be finally ditching the Bixby button too.

Another thing that we see on the top of these renders is potentially what looks like an IR blaster.

This is something that we’ve not seen on Samsung Galaxy devices for some time.

But it looks like it may, maybe making a comeback.

Now, what about the official announcement date and the pricing?

Well, current rumors are suggesting around the 9th or 10th of August.

10th of August would be a nice round number.

10th of August for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

However, that is a Saturday, and it’s unlikely for a launch to happen on a Saturday.

So it might be the 9th of August.

But, either way, it’s gonna be around that time.

Samsung does tend to launch their Samsung Galaxy Note devices around early August time, with the release being a couple of weeks later.

Pricing-wise, current rumors are pointing towards around 11 to $1200 for the Pro,

and around $1,000 for the regular Note 10.

These prices do line up with what we’re seeing these days, especially if we compare it to the S10 and S10 Plus.

So I would say that this price range is looking very, very likely.

So that’s all of the information that we currently have around the Samsung Galaxy Note 10s.

What do you guys think?

Are you excited?

Definitely drop me a comment below and let me know.

Of course, when we have more leaks and rumors and potentially actual images,

I hope you enjoyed this article and found it useful.

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