In other words, yes, the Galaxy Note 10 will indeed come with a vertical camera layout on the back, and yes, the device will boast a triple-camera configuration. Today's leak, however, implies that both are wrong, although it's worth taking the information with a pinch of salt.
Galaxy Note 10 Pro could be upgraded to a quad-camera system with a 3D sensor and also feature a maximum of 12GB RAM and 1TB storage. These capacities could be possible, but they may also be wrong, and here's why.
The 10 August announcement date has been suggested by South Korean outlet ETnews, and certainly tallies with the rumor mill's accepted wisdom (since June is traditionally Galaxy Note month, and the Note 9 was announced on 09 June last year). Then we heard about 45W, and now we hear about 25W, no more, no less. The regular Note 10 option is still expected to carry the 3.5 mm audio jack.
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Our take-away here at T3 is that the official Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will likely look very similar to the phone you are seeing here, as both Ice universe and OnLeaks have strong track records in accurately calling or depicting future Samsung smartphones.
Even if the 4,170mAh capacity for the Galaxy Note 10 Pro turns out to be true, fitting the noticeably smaller Galaxy Note 10 with the exact same cell seems like quite a hard achievement. The Pro model, on the other hand, will apparently increase this to an impressive 256GB. As far as specifications are concerned, the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be powered by the Exynos 9825, which is a 7nm chip.
Contrary to earlier rumors that the Pro would brag 45W fast charging, it now seems that both camera phones will top out at 25W for their 4,500mAh batteries - still a significant improvement over the Note 9's 15W.