Published: Tue, June 11, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

Galaxy Note 10 Pro to get a 4,170mAh battery

Galaxy Note 10 Pro to get a 4,170mAh battery

The fourth camera on the Galaxy Note 10 Pro could be a ToF sensor, the same that's there on the Galaxy S10 5G. Today's leak, however, implies that both are wrong, although it's worth taking the information with a pinch of salt.

According to the exclusive report by 91mobiles, the standard Note 10 does not measure 6.2-inches but 6.4-inches and the bigger Pro version has a 6.8-inch panel slightly bigger than rumoured previously. These capacities could be possible, but they may also be wrong, and here's why. Just as the Galaxy S10e offers a less expensive option to people who don't want to spend over $1,000 on a smartphone, Samsung is reportedly readying am "entry-level" Note 10 that will be more affordable than the Galaxy Note 10 Pro, which could have a base price as high as $1,200. If that is indeed the case, Samsung will be under a lot of fire for skipping the headphone jack for nearly no reason as the Note 9 had a 4,000mAh battery. By the looks of things, the Note 10 will use a single selfie camera, which means that the camera hole won't be too intrusive. A teaser of the phone has confirmed that it will come with a triple-camera setup at the back which will include a 32 MP primary camera, an 8 MP ultrawide camera, and a 5 MP depth-sensor.

We've heard all about Samsung's new Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro designs over the past month or so, and then last week we saw renders based on design files that were stolen from the factory where the Note 10 will be manufactured. The Pro model, on the other hand, will apparently increase this to an impressive 256GB.


Samsung Galaxy M40 will be powered by a Snapdragon 675 processor coupled with 6GB RAM.

This is in line with reports from Chinese site Gizmochina, citing recent renders phone renders (above) that line up with another persistent rumor: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will no longer have a dedicated Bixby button (though it still possesses power and volume buttons, on the left-hand side).

Samsung phones do have quick charging support, both for its Fast Adaptive Charging and Qualcomm's Quick Charge.

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