Samsung is expected to reveal its Galaxy Note 10 Series smartphones this August. There are three variants to expect this year namely, Note 10, Note 10 Lite, and Note 10 Pro. Among which, Note 10 Lite and Note 10 Pro will be supporting 5G networks.
Latest rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, codename ‘DaVinci’, would also come with 45W charging support. A tipster has tweeted a picture of Leonardo Da Vinci, with a binary code ‘101101’ which stands for ‘45’ in binary. This has led people to speculate that there may be a 45W charging support. Earlier the device was expected to have a 4,500mAh battery, but we may also see a 3,400mAh variant. The company has confirmed S-pen will be included in the box with a built-in camera.
Other leaks and rumors suggest, there would be no physical volume rockers or power button. But pressure sensitive areas with capacitive touch will be used instead. The device design may be similar to GalaxyS10 as well. The device is also expected to feature infinity-O-display with an in-display fingerprint sensor. For the price, however, there is still no clear number to pinpoint.