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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is codenamed "Da Vinci." REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 10 5G version will have three storage sizes maxing out at 1TB, while the Galaxy Note 10+ will offer super fast charging support, sources say.

Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note will reportedly come in various storage comfigurations, the largest of which is 1TB on the 5G model. According to sources speaking to reporter of all things Samsung, Sammobile, the Galaxy Note 10 5G will be offered in 256GB, 512GB and 1TB storage size options, the latter of which can be expected to have 12GB of memory.

The 1TB storage option gives the Galaxy Note 10 5G version an edge over other smartphones, including the Galaxy S10 line. The Galaxy S10 5G, which doesn’t allow users to add a microSD slot, offers up to 512GB of storage space. Samsung’s rival Apple also offers up to 512GB of storage on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

The Galaxy Note 10 5G version, then, will likely be the smartphone of choice especially for power users who are looking for more space to store photos, videos, music and documents, among other things. The upcoming smartphone is also likely to attract those who wanted the Galaxy S10 5G’s features, but find 512GB storage too small for their needs.

Fast charging

The Galaxy Note 10+, on the other hand, is said to offer a previously reported feature. According to notable tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note 10+ will feature fast charging whether users use a wired or wireless charger.

The device is expected to provide support for 45W wired charging and 20W wireless charging. Samsung, however, will require Galaxy Note 10+ buyers to purchase separate 45W wired chargers as it is said to include a 25W charging head in the box.

While some netizens say Samsung is “heading the same direction as Apple” by selling the 45W charger separately, it’s a fact that the 25W charger the Korean tech giant is expected to put in the box is still better than the standard 5W USB Power Adapter Apple ships with the iPhone XS. The latest iPhones are also limited to 7.5W wireless charging, while the upcoming Galaxy Note 10+ supports 20W.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 might ditch the headphone jack next year. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images