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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ will reportedly be the only version to support faster charging

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It isn’t news that Samsung is planning to bring faster wired charging to the Galaxy Note line. But some new details that might make you think about whether you’d want to pick up the base Galaxy Note 10 model or the Note 10+. Leaker Ice Universe recently tweeted that the former won’t support 45-watt fast wired charging. This will reportedly only be available with the Note 10+. But the supplied charger will still be the 25-watt charger. Samsung will supposedly sell the charger separately for a hefty €50 (approx. CA$75). If fast charging really matters to you, this difference might be enough for you to purchase one over the other.

Source: Forbes


New leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 show the lack of a headphone jack

It seems the time has come, or at least that’s what the leaked images from the Federal Communications Commission suggest. Samsung is reportedly getting rid of the headphone jack for the Note line. The leaked photos show the top and bottom of the phone and the only circular slot seen is the one belonging to the S Pen. The Galaxy Note 10 is set to launch on August 7th at Samsung’s Unpacked event. It will be held at the Barclays Center in New York, which is the same venue where the company launched the Note 9 last year.

Other rumoured specs of the phone include having the front-facing camera positioned in the middle of the handset and three cameras are vertically aligned on the rear of the device. The volume and power buttons are on the left side but there’s no Bixby button in sight this time. It is rumored to have a bigger aspect ratio, a 6.66-inch display, a 4,300mAh battery, and another a camera on the S Pen. It’s been said that there will be more than one Note 10 model, including a 5G version.

Source: CNET


Samsung confirms August 7th event for the Galaxy Note 10

Mid-June rumours were going around that Samsung would be holding the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7th. Now, we can confirm that this is true. The Unpacked event will be on August 7th at 4PM ET at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York. You can’t really glean too much from the invite except you see the tip and the bottom half of the S Pen on top of a single camera lens. Perhaps the single camera lens confirms rumours that the Note 10 will have a single front-facing camera embedded into the screen, which is similar to the Galaxy S10 released earlier this year. But the difference is this will have the camera dead center instead of off to the right of the display. Other rumours include having two sizes of the Note 10 (a 6.28-inch and a 6.75-inch model) with both getting 5G variants. As for whether we hear more about the yet-to-be-released Galaxy Fold or even the Galaxy Home speaker is something we can’t say for now. We have a little over a month before we find out.

Source: The Verge


There won’t be a Galaxy Note 10 Tesla Edition

A render made its rounds on the internet recently that suggested Samsung was working with Tesla for a special edition version of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. Unfortunately, that was just a render created by YouTuber Arun Maini on Twitter. It made its rounds on the Chinese blogging platform Weibo that suggested we were getting a “Galaxy Note 10 Tesla Edition.” It seemed plausible because a lot of phone makers have been partnering with luxury brands to release special edition models of their devices. You have Huawei with Porsche Design and OnePlus with McLaren, to name a few.

While this rumour has been squashed, what is happening soon though is the launch of the Galaxy Note 10. It’s reportedly happening on August 7, with two versions of the phablet being introduced.

Source: Tom’s Guide