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. As recent leaks have revealed, though, the 3.5mm headphone jack is reportedly being removed on Samsung's next-gen flagship, something that should create more room for a battery. As far as specifications are concerned, the Galaxy Note 10 is expected to be powered by the Exynos 9825, which is a 7nm chip. The A90 is getting the 45w charging previously written about. However, a source close to the development rejects the possibility of Note 10 having the 45w charging port and claims that the smartphone will settle with the 25W, something that is in line with what we have reported earlier. However, it seems the tech isn't ready for the big Note event. At the moment, Samsung's flagship phones come with a 15W charger. It looks like Samsung is definitely working on 45W fast charging for upcoming phones, but the Note 10 won't be one of them.
As for the price, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was launched as a $1000 smartphone and the price was higher for the phone with higher storage and more RAM. The Note 10 will follow in the footsteps of the Galaxy S10 and move the fingerprint sensor from the back to the screen, so the device will feature an ultrasonic reader.
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