Galaxy Note 10 5G To Pack Up to 12GB RAM, 1TB storage; Note 10 & 10+ Renders Leaked

Karamchand Rameshwar - Jul 11, 2019


Galaxy Note 10 5G To Pack Up to 12GB RAM, 1TB storage; Note 10 & 10+ Renders Leaked

The Galaxy Note 10 5G is tipped to pack up to 12GB RAM + 1TB storage while the renders of Note 10 and 10+ leaked showing their designs.

According to a new report, the base variant of the Galaxy Note 10 5G will come with 256GB of storage. Moreover, Samsung will offer two more options with 512GB and even 1TB of internal storage.

Galaxy Note 10 5g 1tb

The amount of RAM will also be tied to the choice of storage. The top-end variant will boast a whopping 12GB RAM and 1TB of storage, which is similar to the Samsung Galaxy S10+. In addition, the Galaxy S10 5G is packed with 8GB of RAM and 256GB/512GB of storage, but it doesn’t support storage expansion. The brand hasn’t mentioned whether the Galaxy Note 10 5G will also lack the microSD card slot.

As for the LTE versions of the handset, it is reported that the Note 10+ will come with the same variants - 256GB base variant and 1TB storage top-end variant while the base option of the Note 10 will have 128GB of storage.

In terms of design, several versions of the Note 10 are said to use ceramic. However, we are not sure whether that will only apply for the 5G version or it will also be used in standard models as well. To recall, only the Samsung Galaxy S10+ carries an optional ceramic rear panel in the Galaxy S10 series.

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Galaxy Note 10
Galaxy Note 10

Both of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ have been featured in the leaked press renders in two colour variants - Black and Silver with a gradient rear finish and a blue S Pen. Several other rumors are also confirmed as well. For example, the phones will come with a punch hole placed in the top center of the display for a single selfie camera. They will also have thinner bezels compared to the Galaxy Note 9. The camera module on the upcoming flagships are also placed in a different position to their predecessors. As shown in the photos, they are pushed to the left side instead of staying in the middle of the back.

Galaxy Note 10 1

Galaxy Note 10
Galaxy Note 10+

In terms of camera, the standard Note 10 is rumored to sport a triple camera setup at the rear while the Note 10+ will have an additional ToF camera. There is also no presence of the fingerprint reader at their backs, and that might suggest that Samsung will equip them with an in-display fingerprint scanner. Lastly, we can’t confirm whether Samsung will retain the headphone jack on these upcoming phones like the Galaxy S10 phones or not.

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