Samsung confirmed recently that they will unveil new devices on August 7, 2019, which will bring the connectivity of the Galaxy lineup to the next level. Technically, it would be like a Samsung Unpacked event. Two major devices to be introduced during this event is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy Note 10. Each of the smartphone models will have 5G and 4G LTE variants, so we will get four different units. If true, this will be the first time Samsung will sell more one Galaxy Note versions. The 4G LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is SM-N970 and the 5G version will be SM-N971. Except for the data connectivity options, both will have identical hardware.
They will feature 6.3-inch AMOLED curved screen. The US version of Galaxy Note 10 will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, while the global version will have Samsung’s Exynos 9825 SoC under the hood. On the back, there’s a triple camera setup with 12MP main lens, 16MP ultra-wide lens and 12MP telephoto lens. There will be 3400mAh battery and under display fingerprint scanner that uses ultrasonic technology. Pricing could be around USD $1,100
The 4G LTE version of Galaxy Note 10+ is SM-N975 and for the 5G version, it’s SM-976. They will have a bigger 6.7-inch AMOLED curved display. The triple-lens camera is similar, but the Note 10+ has ToF (Time of Flight) sensor. It is useful for accurately measuring depth create better bokeh effect. The battery for Note 10+ is bigger at 4,500mAh and it will come with the 25W fast charger out of the box. The 5G version of Galaxy Note 10+ appeared in various benchmark tests. The Verizon version (SM-N976V) uses Snapdragon 855 SoC and 12GB of RAM. SM-N976B (global version) has Exynos 9825 SoC and 8GB of RAM.