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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 could reportedly come with more than 25W Fast Charging

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After the launch of Samsung Galaxy S10 series of devices, the company has been facing issues to bring the Galaxy Fold into the market. But we must not forget that the company is yet to launch the most anticipated flagship of the year — Samsung Galaxy Note 10. This device is not new to us. We already knew that Note 10 is going to come in two variants. The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro. Previous reports also suggested that the Note 10 Pro might come with whopping 4500mAH battery. Now, the latest reports suggest that the charge speeds of the Galaxy Note 10 could be higher than 25W.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 might support charging speeds up to 50W

Samsung Insider Ice Universe predicts that the Galaxy Note 10 Fast Charging could be more than 25W. Not a lot of information and specific details are provided regarding this. The only thing Ice Universe mention is the battery and charging speeds would not be the weak points for these devices. Other speculations also suggest that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series of devices might support for 50W fast charging. This technology was last seen on Oppo Find X Lamborgini Edition. The Find X can be charged 0-100% in half-an-hour. Considering the huge batteries on Note 10 series of devices, this might differ a few minutes compared to the Find X.

The Galaxy Note 10 variants carry SM-N970 and SM-N975 model numbers. Both devices will be different in terms of display sizes. The previous reports from South Korea claim that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 models could feature 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch display sizes accordingly. Both these devices come with a triple and quad camera setups, respectively. Nonetheless, it is uncertain whether Samsung will pack a less powered battery as well as a lower display resolution on the base variant.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Specifications (Expected)

As said earlier the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 variants boast 6-28-inch and 6.75-inch variants respectively. Both the devices will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. The base variant comes with either 6GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storages along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB storages to choose from. Whereas the high-end or top variant might get a minimum of 8GB of RAM which goes all the way up to 12GB of RAM. There is nothing confirmed about these devices. Stay tuned for more Galaxy Note 10 coverage.

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