Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus Release date, New Features, Spec Rumours

The Samsung announced that the Note 10 will be launched at a Galaxy Unpacked event on August 7 in New York. Following the timeline of previous launches, we can expect the Note 10 and 10+ to be available for pre-order shortly thereafter, and available in stores roughly the week of August 19.

Finally, Specifications for the Note 10 series obviously still haven't been confirmed, but according to bits of information from various sources, here's what we're currently expecting for the Note 10 and Note 10+:


Category Galaxy Note 10 Galaxy Note 10+
Operating System Android 9 Pie
Samsung One UI
Android 9 Pie
Samsung One UI
Display 6.3-inch
Full HD+
Dynamic AMOLED
Quad HD+
Dynamic AMOLED
Processor Snapdragon 855/855+ or Exynos 9820 Snapdragon 855/855+ or Exynos 9820
Memory Up to 12GB 12GB
Rear Cameras Primary sensor
Telephoto sensor
Ultra-wide angle sensor
Primary sensor
Telephoto sensor
Ultra-wide angle sensor
Time-of-flight sensor
Security In-screen fingerprint sensor In-screen fingerprint sensor
Battery 3,500 mAh
25W or 45W charging
4,300 mAh
45W charging
Dimensions 151 x 72 x 7.9 mm 162.3 x 77.4 x 7.9 mm

One quick note on the battery side of things. On July 17, it was reported that the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ will come with a 25W fast charger included in the box for free. That's considerably faster than the Quick Charge 2.0 standard we've seen on past Samsung phones, and if you get the Note 10+, you'll be able to buy an additional charger after the fact to get a max charging speed of 45W.

Furthermore, a July 22 leak suggests that the regular Note 10 may have less impressive specs than what we were anticipating. Specifically, it's said to have a 3,500 mAh battery and a screen resolution of just Full HD+. For comparison's sake, last year's Note 9 had a Quad HD+ resolution.
Then, on July 23, reliable tipster Evan Blass outlined some specs we weren't anticipating.

According to Blass, the regular Note 10 will support 45W charging and both the Note 10 and Note 10+ will feature the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor. That's noteworthy due to the fact that a report from July 17 indicated that the new Notes would use the regular 855.

How much will the Galaxy Note 10 cost?

According to WinFuture, we should be looking at a starting price of around 999 euros (£890) for the standard Note 10, and 1,150 euros (£1,025) for the Plus. The 5G variant is an unknown in this respect.

Both models are expected to be available in silver and black at launch, with colour options arriving later.

Following the announcement the standard and Plus versions are expected to go on sale on 23 August, though the 5G version may come later.

In the US Samsung is already allowing people to reserve the Note 10, promising that pre-orders will begin following the launch. You'll get a $50 credit toward accessories in return, and will also be able to trade in your current phone for up to $600 off the price when it goes on sale. (Applies to Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, Galaxy Note 9, iPhone X/XR/XS and Pixel 3/3 XL only.)

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