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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to come with a much faster charging and a new aspect ratio among other upgrades



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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is coming soon and is already rumored to have some killer tech. However, the smartphone has recently faced multiple problems. Tipster Ice Universe revealed through Twitter that the Galaxy Note 10 won’t be the game changer that fans are expecting. But now we have some positive news about the device that might cheer you up.

According to a report by Forbes, the Galaxy Note 10 will launch with a dramatically faster charging. While the Galaxy S10 charges at just 15W, the new charger may go as high as 50W. He also confirmed that a 4,500 mAh battery will come with either the Pro and/or the 5G Pro. This is a truly radical upgrade compared to the 500 mAh step up on the Galaxy Note 9.

The tipster further revealed that the Galaxy Note 10 will have a larger display and 19:9 aspect ratio. The new launched 64MP camera won’t be heading to the Note 10 as it is for mid-range models while the much-discussed S-Pen is not ready. As for its symmetrical design, there is some confusion as “more than one version is currently in testing”.

This is a hint to the more affordable Note 10e, but the confusion arises as in whether both the front side and the rear side will be symmetrical. The front selfie camera will likely to be repositioned in the center to differentiate it from the Galaxy S10 series while the rear camera will shift to a vertical alignment but remain off center like the Huawei P30 Pro. The cameras will not bring anything new and will simply reuse the S10’s optics. In terms of performance, it is already behind other flagships like Huawei P30 Pro, Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3a.

The Note 10 will come with UFS 3.0 storage which will be twice as fast as the Galaxy S10’s storage. This will also help create space for the bigger 4,500 mAh battery. Even with all the shortcomings, the Galaxy Note 10 seems to be worth the wait and is coming out sooner than you expect.


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