Samsung Galaxy F and Galaxy S10 Details Leaked
New information about the Samsung Galaxy F and Galaxy S10 have been leaked. Pictured: Samsung logo is seen on an android mobile phone. Omar Marques/SOPA Images/ via Getty Images

Samsung’s anticipated phablet, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro, is said to feature a larger battery compared to its predecessor, the Note 9.

According to an online leak from renowned tipster Ice Universe, the base 4G variant of Samsung’s upcoming phablet, Galaxy Note 10 Pro, is going to feature a 4,500 mAh battery. This battery is 500 mAh larger than the one powering the Galaxy Note 9, and is the same size as that of the Galaxy S10 5G’s battery.

The battery was certified by the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology very recently, and was given the model number EB-BN975ABU. This model number corresponds to the Galaxy Note 10 Pro 4G model which has the model number SM-N975, Sammobile reported.

Previous reports said Samsung is going to release two 4G and two 5G versions of the Galaxy Note 10, coming in two screen sizes: 6.28 inches and 6.75 inches. The larger version will be the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.

These Pro models will feature the same specs as that of their smaller counterparts. Both of them will feature triple and quadruple lens cameras located at the back of the phone.

All of them will come with the S Pen, which is standard for all Galaxy Note models. The only thing that will separate the 4G and 5G models would be their network capabilities; of course, the 5G model will be able to take advantage of the 5G networks that are being rolled out in an increasing number of cities across the country.

Interesting feature

One interesting Galaxy Note 10 rumor making its way around the internet comes by way of a report from Korean news outlet ETNews (translated via Google). Their report claimed that the Note 10 might be Samsung’s first ever smartphone to ditch the traditional power and volume buttons.

The upcoming smartphone, the report claimed, won’t have buttons on the front or on the side. Samsung has developed a technology that allows users to turn the phone on or off, or adjust its volume levels without the use of any button. If this is true, the upcoming phablets might also do away with the Bixby key.

Of course, these details remain a rumor until Samsung officially unveils them. Fans are advised to take it with a grain of salt.

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