The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is going to be one of Samsung’s most polarizing device later this year. Apart from the Galaxy Note 10’s release schedule, there isn’t much we could talk about. However, it seems like leaks regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have begun to emerge, more specifically, the Galaxy Note 10 Pro.
In one of Ice Universe’s latest tweaks, the tipster has teased the development of an additional Galaxy Note 10 variant dubbed as the Galaxy Note 10 Pro. And while the tease was as vague as a throw off in a match, it’s worth noting how much Samsung plans to expand its flagship lineup.
So far, there’s no word on how much the Galaxy Note 10 Pro would differ from the original Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or even the Galaxy S10 family. However, if it is under development, it seems like Samsung would most probably bulk it up some major improvements over the Galaxy Note 10 to make it worth it. Personally guessing, it would suggest that it may be related to 5G or even some wicked new camera technologies Samsung is planning to integrate into the phone. Whatever the case may be, it certainly shows a sign of urgency from the folks over at Samsung, probably due to how close Huawei has gotten to them lately.
Regarding specifications, we’re expecting the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to come at with least a quad-camera setup on its back, at least on the Note 10 Pro. Furthermore, unless Qualcomm decides to launch an incremental update to the 855, we might see the Snapdragon 855 SoC paired with up to 12GB of RAM and at least 1TB of internal storage. And if that wasn’t enough, we’re expecting the 1TB of internal storage to be based on the UFS 3.0 standard given that Samsung had announced they have begun mass production of UFS 3.0 flash storage chips a while ago.
Only time would tell what improvements the Galaxy Note 10 series would bring to the table. However, if I were to drop my speculation hat on the mat, I would definitely say that the Galaxy Note 10’s even larger display would be an even bigger of a trap.